Wine Table with Mirrored Top

by Out There Interiors
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Product description

This Antique Silver Wine Table is chic and features a vintage elegance hard to find in ordinary side tables. Handmade by expert artisans, the table is primarily made from high quality solid wood. It's been carved nicely along the stem and then covered in beaten metal plate.

The top surface is rounded with delicate ribbed details on the side. Meanwhile, the legs are done in a cabriole tripod style so it has that French touch. Everything features an antique silver finish thanks to the metal construction so you'll love the unique look of this piece.

Add this to your living room, study or even a private lounge space. It's great for holding down wine bottles or other small items.

Materials Used: solid wood, beaten metal
Handmade product
Gorgeous design
Delicate antique silver finish

Height: 71.5 cm
Diameter: 60 cm

Product code:Aika
Colours:clear, silver/chrome, mirrored
Materials:wood, metal, glass

Delivery and returns

This item is sold and dispatched directly by Out There Interiors.

DestinationDelivery cost
England - standard delivery FREE
Scotland - standard delivery £35.00
Wales - standard delivery £25.00
Northern Ireland £95.00
Ireland £95.00
Highlands/Islands of Scotland £35.00

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