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New Neo-Classical Stock

Retrouvius salvaged these superb quality pieces from a famous London Museum. 
Neoclassical in design and made in the late 1800s they originally formed part of a suite at Waddesdon Manor (by repute).

We has four of these Neoclassical console tables with intricate carved guillouche (interlocking flower) design.
Made of solid oak with panels of walnut veneer inlay. We have added stone tops: a pair in veined marble and a pair in black marble.

#2026 LYRE BASED TABLE WITH VEINED MARBLE TOP - PAIR AVAILABLE £6,950+vat each view more...

#1864 LYRE BASED TABLES WITH BLACK MARBLE TOPS - PAIR AVAILABLE £6,950+vat each view more..

 

Retrouvius has three display cabinets for sale and re-use. Similar to the console tables both in provenance and style they offer a very high quality late Victorian neoclassical design, with guilloche moulded edges, carved patress details and walnut inlay on an English oak structure. 
The glazed sections are framed with bronze. The lower sections have doors for storage. 

#2027 THREE DOOR DISPLAY CABINET £7,500+vat view more...

#2025 OAK DISPLAY CABINET - 1 of 2 £6,250+vat each view more...

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