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Bois de palmier Art Deco console tables
A pair of extremely decorative and versatile Art Deco console tables linked by a central, removable ‘leaf’, all made of hardwood overlaid with exotic, mirror-finish palm wood veneers. The fronts with scalloped detailing concealing three invisible drawers, and the edges trimmed with sections of silvered bronze. The tables can be configured as one long console, or as two individual tables, each element with its own removable glass surface. The perfect combination of style and adaptability.
Height: 36 inches (90 cm)
Width: 48 inches (120 cm)
Depth front to back: 18 inches (45 cm).
Overall length fully assembled: 141 inches (358 cm).
Palm wood (bois de palmier) is a rare and exotic timber, notably used by the leading Art Deco designers Eugene Printz (1889-1948) and Paul Dupré-Lafon (1900-1971).