Mirrored Teak and Lacquered Brass Dressing Table


Early 20th Century

United Kingdom

Hoarde Vintage Member since 2016
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Hardwood and Brass Dressing Table in the Secessionist style. A distinguished dressing table made from solid teak with lacquered brass legs details. Heavy adjustable bevelled-edge triptych vanity mirror and bevelled mirror plate on the tabletop. Very much in the Vienna Secessionist style but I would date it to somewhere in the first half of the 20th century. It is in very good vintage condition with only minor wear and tear from age/use.

Measuring 84cm wide x 44cm deep x 146cm high.

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  • H: 146cm (57.48in)
  • W: 84cm (33.07in)
  • D: 44cm (17.32in)


Early 20th Century

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