Monterey style "wagon wheel" coffee table circa 1940

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$1,250.00
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A 1940s vintage Monterey style coffee table. The wood table features a faux bois finish, "plank" top, and wagon wheel shaped legs.

  • wood table with faux bois finish
  • blonde tone
  • wagon wheel shaped legs
  • plank top
  • unmarked

CONDITION

In good, sturdy condition. There is wear to the painted finish on the table top, and minor scratches and nicks in the wood, particularly on the bottom cross board.

MEASUREMENTS

Height 13.75 inch 34.9 cm
Length 36 inch 91.4 cm
Width 20 inch 50.8 cm

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Tables

    • Height measured from the floor to the top table top.
    • Length measured across the table at the longest point (corner to corner).
    • Depth measured from front to back at the deepest point.

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