Antique French Carved Oak Octagon TABLE BARLEY TWIST Center Sofa Renaissance
Antique French Carved Oak Center TABLE BARLEY TWIST Library Sofa Renaissance Octagon
~Direct from France~
carved antique French “octagonal” table with impressive silhouette and
~(This style table was originally used with large tapestry “throne” chairs, thus the large scale and carvings)~
~In today’s home this table would make a statement in any room, and placement is easy, as it can “float” in the middle of your room because there’s no “backside” ~
~Wide apron has outstanding hand carved cherubs, foliage, across the entire apron on all eight sides. Notice the lower trim below the apron, on both sides of each leg and in the panel centers, also carved!~
~Carved block joints and thick pear feet~
~~Solid oak octagon top with carved octagon band and carved beveled edges~
~Heavy and strong, well built by craftsmen of the period~
30”height x 27” x 27” (flat side to flat side);
29” x 29” (measured from edge tip to edge tip).
Professional packaging and shipping on this item will require freight service due to size. White glove service, fully insured, FOB Shreveport, delivered and placed inside your home (first floor only), typically 4-6 weeks, depending on your location.
This item is in good condition for its age, with normal signs of age and use, dings, scratches, and other imperfections. Wear to the finish. Also note, underneath the table has been re-glued sometime in the past, making it sturdy for another 100 years.
I always provide multiple photos that should be considered as an integral part of the description and I encourage you to email me with any questions you might have prior to making a purchase. Please keep in mind antique furniture should be purchased for its uniqueness, higher quality material and craftsmanship and antique patina, charm and character….NOT for like-new condition!!!
Geaux Vintage Antiques has a large inventory of French, English and European antique furniture, as well as an outstanding selection of antique home décor…
…”with all that, why Geaux anywhere else?”…