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Eugène Vallin (Attributed) Three-Legged Mahogany Table


This French three-legged mahogany wood triangular side table is attributed to Eugène Vallin. The table, which takes the form of a soft, rounded triangle, has an upper tier with an elegant but shallow raised lip connected by wonderful yet subtle shield-like, three part decorative features to lower tier that sits directly below it. The ribbing from the shield-like decorative elements continues down the legs until they terminate in a charming up-turned foot.


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Item #: F-17151
Artist: Attributed to Eugène Vallin
Circa: 1900
Dimensions: 30.5" height, 31.5" width, 31.5" depth
Materials: Mahogany wood

The table's second shelf and three legs are actually expertly carved from a single piece of wood.