19th Century Elmwood and Rattan Converted Coffee Table from the Qing Dynasty
DimensionsW: 43" | D: 43" | H: 17.5"
Antique elmwood coffee table from the Qing Dynasty with hand-woven rattan inset, four square legs, and pillar strut motifs. Created during the 19th century, this low coffee table was originally a rattan Lohan bed that was expertly converted into our large elmwood and rattan coffee table. The table's inset displays the beautifully hand woven rattan from the Lohan bed and the sturdy legs give great stability to the ensemble.
The pillar strut design on the apron is mirrored on all four sides, allowing this antique 19th century elmwood table to be admired from all angles. Featured in our coffee tables collection, our Qing Dynasty converted coffee table will be the perfect centerpiece in any living room, office, library den or bedroom holding decorative accents or hosting board games and snacks.
Condition: Wear consistent with age and use. Please refer to the various additional photos for further condition details and contact us with any questions!
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