Description

What a perfectly imperfect pair of end tables! Consisting of one rectangle and one round, this Art Deco Revival pair of Lane end tables may not be matching in their shape, but we just couldn’t justify separating them! However, we may be inclined to split them up if you have fallen in love with only one and so desire. They both have wood veneer tops with gorgeous wood grain, painted black edges and sabots, and the skirts on each table are fluted or corrugated…they look like a pie crust! Just awesome!! The round end table has inverted curved legs with a stretcher around the base and the rectangular one has sleek straight legs, both with black painted sabots. From a designer’s perspective, they would be fabulous in the same room next to two different chairs, or one at a chair and one at your chaise lounge. Of course, you could put one in one room and one in another but whatever you choose to do with them, you should choose to make them yours!

Additional information

MAKER

DATE: Circa

Late 20th Century

STYLE / PERIOD

COUNTRY OF ORIGIN

MATERIALS

Paint, Veneer, Wood

Additional information

MAKER

DATE: Circa

Late 20th Century

STYLE / PERIOD

COUNTRY OF ORIGIN

MATERIALS

Paint, Veneer, Wood

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