Faggio tinto ciliegio
Cherry stained beech
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A Shakers design from the New Lebanon Community circa 1830. The earliest converts to Shakerism often brought furniture with them. These were usually undistinguished vernacular pieces. However, with the increase of converts, the Shakers had begun to produce their own furniture by the mid-1780's. The earliest tables were extremely simple and it was only by the second decade of the 19th century that slightly more complicated forms such as the dropleaf began to be produced. Spray-leggend, drop-leaf tables were rare in the production of the Shakers. This model leaf tables were rare in the production of the Shakers. This model is a reproduction of a particularly beautiful example produced around 1830 in the New Lebanon Church.
Console that can be opened in cherry, wengé, grey, heat-treated, black or natural stained
|COD: 69 – Chiuso|
|COD: 69 – Semi chiuso|
|COD: 69 – Aperto|