Victorian Parlor Table
Meet Edgar – A stingy ol’ Victorian side table that needed some hard work to see his inner beauty. He came to me at a flea market last summer and was tucked away in my garage for a while. I am so glad to took some time to pull him out and give him a wonderful new life. This Victorian parlor table was created circa 1870. I normally don’t like to touch antiques but I feel I did it justice. A stunningly aged looking finish to fit the style and age of the piece.
Now he looks like a million bucks… but he is priced at a much lower amount. LOL! I think this parlor table is one I am going to miss dearly.
– Solid walnut wood legs carved in details that are simply stunning! I mean just look at hat detail accented some distressing and antiquing.
– Solid wood top with Rosewood Inlays, all were hidden by thick aged poly, wax and sealers. When I bought this table I didn’t even notice the inlay. I just loved the shape and it’s legs. This was a wonderful surprise on this Victorian Parlor Table.
– Beautifully routed edges, such craftsmanship!
– Black base with exposed wood distressing and a Hazelnut antiquing adding depth and an aged finish to match the piece.
– Victorian furniture was created in the mid/late 1800’s, circa 1870. This parlor table is a rare and handsome find.
– Refinished with all non toxic and VOC free products.
Thank you so much for your time I hope you love this piece as much as I do.
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