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  • A stunning and unusual oak hall/side table made from an impressive piece of architectural entablature, possibly from a church, that has been used to create the base. The entablature consists of two large corinthian capitals, carved with scrolled acanthus leaves flanking an arched portal. The base originates from the early C18th.


    Provenance: From a Belgian Collection.



    W: 209 cm

    H: 75 cm

    D: 75 cm


    Ref:  1548

    A Continental C19th Oak Hall/Side Table

    SKU: 1548
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