Rene Drouet Attributed Gilt Iron Console Table, France, circa 1950


$2,800



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Product Description

Rene Drouet attributed gilt iron console table, midcentury, France.

Elegant console table with 30" in height and a second level tray.

Both glass trays are from thick high quality glass with smoothened edges and no chips or cracks.

Hardly any signs of wear. The gilt base is well preserved and shows no major damages.

Dimensions are 30"(height) 34.65"(width) 19.5"(depth).

Additional Information

Dimensions 88 × 49.5 × 76 cm
creator

rene drouet

material

gilt Iron, Glass

period

1950-1960

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Rene Drouet Attributed Gilt Iron Console Table, France, circa 1950

$2,800

Rene Drouet attributed gilt iron console table, midcentury, France.

Elegant console table with 30″ in height and a second level tray.

Both glass trays are from thick high quality glass with smoothened edges and no chips or cracks.

Hardly any signs of wear. The gilt base is well preserved and shows no major damages.

Dimensions are 30″(height) 34.65″(width) 19.5″(depth).

Dimensions 88 × 49.5 × 76 cm
creator

rene drouet

material

gilt Iron, Glass

period

1950-1960

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