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This unusual round coffee table is made of varnished elm and was carved in Shanghai in an uncommon Art Deco style. The circular top is made of two elm planks and varnished with a warm red lacquer. The table is raised on four legs with delicate column insets, connected to one another with a cross stretcher adorned in its center with a medallion, perhaps placed there to receive a decorative item. The general roundness of this Art Deco Chinese table, circa 1930 would make it a sophisticated and unu

This unusual round coffee table is made of varnished elm and was carved in Shanghai in an uncommon Art Deco style. The circular top is made of two elm planks and varnished with a warm red lacquer. The table is raised on four legs with delicate column insets, connected to one another with a cross stretcher adorned in its center with a medallion, perhaps placed there to receive a decorative item. The general roundness of this Art Deco Chinese table, circa 1930 would make it a sophisticated and…

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Creator: Ulrich, Guglielmo Style: Art Deco Design Period: 1920 to 1949 Country of Manufacture: Italy Materials: Velvet, Walnut Color: brown, green Dimensions: Width: 90, Depth: 90, Height: 80

Creator: Ulrich, Guglielmo Style: Art Deco Design Period: 1920 to 1949 Country of Manufacture: Italy Materials: Velvet, Walnut Color: brown, green Dimensions: Width: 90, Depth: 90, Height: 80

1930s furniture trends for living rooms | 1930's, Veere, Dijkhuis, livingroom | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

See '1930's, Veere, Dijkhuis, livingroom' On Black ! One of the few interior shots of my grandfather's house that have survived. According to my mother's childhood friend Jane , the children weren't allowed here often so it was probably used on special occasions only and daily life took place in the live-in kitchen and other rooms. The room was probably situated on the extreme Western side of the house and therefore had windows on three sides. No electricity yet in these rural parts so the…