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  • Round Dining Table Oak and Brass- ∅ 140cm

    €3,083.33 -0% €3,083.33
    Give your interior decoration a touch of modernity with this stunning veneered oak dining table, featuring a curved central base entirely made of brushed brass. As shown by the beautiful inlay of this round dining table, the veneers are very suitable for marquetry. High quality veneer lasts longer than solid wood that deforms or cracks over time 
  • Brown Cigar Chesterfield Sofa

    Chesterfield sofa in full fluer leather, padded vintage finish, cigar brown color, 2.5 seater. Made from a solid beech structure, it is then covered by hand using a range of worked and patinated leather. External dimension: width: 220cm - depth: 96cm - height: 78cm.
  • Huge Dining Table Dolmen 350cm

    €4,333.33 -% €4,333.33
    The Dolmen dining Table made of Soar wood.Incredible and admirable dining table known as the Dolmen in light Suar wood. Contemporary raw wood dining table, a unique design production, a "monumental" achievement. The table is carved directly from the trunk of the tree. The tray is in one piece.
  • Antique Counter L262cm China

    Very nice old counter. Origin: China. 100 years old. Original and authentic furniture from Fujian province, East China. Entirely made of wood and has been completely restored and renovated in China respecting old methods. The interior is immaculate. Traces left by time which make all the charm of this piece of furniture.
  • Art Deco Dining Table in Walnut

    €1,983.33 -0% €1,983.33
    Very beautiful dining table Art Deco style 50-60 walnut. A wood species very appreciated for its beauty, its density and hardness. A beautiful wooden dining table proposed here in 140cm, depth of the table top: 100 cm.Height of the table: 74 cm.

  • Plaster of Female Foot

    Magnificent plaster of female foot which was originally used as a model for the workshops of Beaux Arts sculptors, in 19th century Paris.