Saracenic Occasional Table

Stickley
JW-7530
The top of this elegant round occasional table is inspired by 15th century Indian printed textiles; the radiant pattern is a study in exotic native Indian woods; satinwood, Indian rosewood and Macassar ebony are combined to form a lotus petal design; the top rests on an inlaid frieze composed of...
The top of this elegant round occasional table is inspired by 15th century Indian printed textiles; the radiant pattern is a study in exotic native Indian woods; satinwood, Indian rosewood and Macassar ebony are combined to form a lotus petal design; the top rests on an inlaid frieze composed of saracenic motifs executed in Indian rosewood, teak and faux ivory with pen work decoration. The table is raised on five sabre legs terminating in brass sabots and joined by an arched stretcher centered.

H29½ Dia 26
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Saracenic Occasional Table
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