19th century Teak and Marble Antiquarian Centre Table in the Renaissance-style, probably Dutch
Very unusual, possibly unique with the combination of teak and marble in the Renaissance-style The architectural form and ornamentation echoing Renaissance designs The black and white geometric top is striking and practical for hot dishes Lovely rich patina Teak is highly regarded for its hardwearing nature and its rich, warm red/brown color. Suitable for outside use
The marble mosaic top with xx black tessera on a predominantly white tessera ground, all 1.5cm square, and rising 1cm above the moulding. The geometric design with a central large three diamonds containing The arched frieze with cabuchons Standing on pillared legs On original castors
Overall length 162cm., Stone top length 147cm Depth overall 89 cm, stone 75cm, moulding 8cm deep 6.5cm high Height 79cm
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