Spanish Revival Style Square End Table Style of Artes De Mexico Internacionales SA


SKU 414-TBL-106 Category

Handsome Spanish Revival style square end table with raised panel details and turned legs in the style of Artes De Mexico Internacionales, SA. This side table is in amazing vintage condition with lots of beautiful age patina. Please see photos. Circa 1970s.



  • Height – 21.25 Inches
  • Width – 28.25 Inches
  • Depth – 28.25 Inches
  • Weight – 26.4 Pounds


Crated Size:

  • Height – 26 Inches
  • Width – 33 Inches
  • Depth – 33 Inches
  • Weight – 46 Pounds


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We happened on a fabulous find……a complete lobby full of Spanish Revival style furnishings installed in 1970! This awesome end table is one of those pieces. Although this table is not marked with the Artes de Mexico Internacionales, SA tag, most of the pieces we obtained are, so we are calling the unmarked ones in the style of. This handcrafted end table or side table is comprised of a thick solid wood top with an ogee molding edge detail which overhangs an apron with three carved raised panels on each side. It is held up by four chunky turned and urn shaped legs. Simple yet stunning! It is a wonderful example of Mexican artisan made furniture and will look incredible in your Spanish Hacienda or Southwestern style home. It would look equally wonderful in a rustic mountain home, country estate, or even an industrial loft. Artes de Mexico Internacionales, SA imported handmade pieces from Mexico, some even signed by their makers, exclusively for sale to the trade. Which means they sold only to architects and interior designers and not to the general public making the pieces harder to find and more exclusive. So, although they have beautiful pieces as well, do not confuse it with Arte de Mexico which is a Los Angeles based shop selling production pieces to the public. Consequently, I’m in love with this fabulous end table with its warm wonderful wood finish. I know you will too. You need to make it yours!