Wooden tea table with polychrome marquetry decoration, Art Nouveau period, 20th century

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Carved and molded wood tea table with shells and foliage. This typically Art Nouveau piece features two trays with scrolled edges in polychrome wood marquetry featuring iris flowers and oak, plane and maple leaves. The top rests on four scrolled consoles, decorated with acanthus leaves. Our Art Nouveau tea table features two chased ormolu side handles for easy transport.

What is a tea table?

The tea table is a small flying coffee table with a second top. It is designed to hold the various utensils needed to serve tea, such as cups, saucers, milk jugs and teapots. The tea table, generally octagonal in shape, is decorated with bone or wood marquetry in floral, scroll or geometric motifs.

Circa: 1900

Dim: W: 96cm, D: 74cm, H: 91cm.
Dim: W: 37,8in, D: 29,1in, H: 35,8in.

Condition report: In very good condition, with very slight age-related wear.

Period: 19th century
Style: Art Nouveau
Materials : Wood, Burl wood
LP : 2122
Width : 96 (cm)
Height 91 (cm)
Depth 74 (cm)

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