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07/14/2024 02:05 PM
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VICTORIAN MARBLE TOP OCCASIONAL TABLE

Rating: 7
Comments. This Victorian era occasional table measures 28" high, 26" wide, 18" deep that features a black walnut base, fancy cut legs with grooved tops, round black walnut appliqués, a fancy finial as well as ornate embellishments on the bottom of the skirt panels. There is a ¾" piece of white marble with" cut" corners and black as well as gray veining. The woods finish has minor wear and a few scratches/scrapes. This item is in sturdy shape having normal use wear, a few small, shallow wood dents and a visible repair on the bottom of one of its legs that involves a trio of screws as seen in our photo. The marble has normal use wear, a few small flex and soiling/stains. Needs some work but when done it will make a nice addition to your Victorian decor.


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