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Unique Art Deco Period Burl Walnut Square Table, Germany C. 1930

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A square Art Deco period burl walnut table from Germany c. 1930. This table graced a Bauhaus villa in the town of Hof in Germany. Please note the top with its four perfectly matched pieces of spectacular burled walnut framed by a narrow band of contrasting walnut. The apron is faced with walnut placed with its grain running vertically and is a continuous ribbon along the straight sides and curved corners. There is a striking shift where each of the four legs join the corners. The shape is the same curved edge as each corner but the walnut timber is used with grain running horizontally instead of the usual choice of vertically. Also notice how the leg is finished on the inside. This attention to detail is only seen on the most highly valued pieces of furniture. The bottom edge of the apron and each side of the legs are each highlighted with a raised strip of walnut that serves to further emphasize the pleasing geometric line of this table. Whether used as a side table between two chairs, at the end of a sofa or as a bedside table, its beauty and unique design is sure to bring pleasure and enjoyment.

Product Specifications

Dimensions
Depth: 35.5
Width: 35.5
Height: 21
Lead Time
0-3 Weeks (Limited Edition)

Vintage Specifications

Condition
Great

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