Featuring a woven rice mat on top that resembles woven rattan of modern furniture, lovely scalloped edges framing the lower shelf, beautiful hand-carved details on the sides and drawer front, Ming-style feet, a lovely medium brown toned finish, and beautifully aged details, these 19th century elm wood plant stands are versatile and special pieces of furniture suitable for several different uses. Frame a picture window, use on either side of a tall bed, on either side of a bookshelf, etagere, or hutch, place right next to one another, or use catty corner in your room, display a pair of plants, vases, or many other decorative objects. These tables really can do many things.
Design-wise these tables are an easy fit into many different styles of spaces, from boho-chic to traditional ornate, maximalism to organic modern. These tables are sure to serve you well for many years to come.
This pair of tables carry a wax seal on each one that first came into use in the 1990s signifying that they were approved for export from China.
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These are antique pieces and as such show many signs of age, wear, and use. There are repairs to all of the feet on both tables, and various knicks, dings, and places where the wood has aged and cracked just a bit. These elements of wear, use, and time wear on the tables are considered a part of their appeal and help one authenticate their antique age, as chinese furniture making techniques have been the same for hundreds of years.