antique Heywood Wakefield wicker table

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From our Heritage Collection

This is an original Heywood Wakefield library table. It has an oak top and woven wicker pedestal legs, apron, and stretcher.  The wicker styles drew on the Aesthetic Movement and Japanese influences; simpler designs arose in the wake of the Arts and Crafts Movement. The company stayed abreast of wicker furniture trends by hiring designers such as Paul Frankl and Donald Deskey during the 1920s. This distinguished table would be stunning in an entry way either centrally or against a wall with a mirror or painting above. Placed in back of a couch or two chairs or as a side table in a dining room. Timeless elegance. 


In good condition with wear consistent with age and use. General finish wear to the tabletop.


Height 29.5 inch 74.9 cm
Width 24 inch 137.2 cm
Depth 29.75 inch 75.6 cm
Apron 25.5 inch 64.8 cm


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