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A stunning mahogany and Greek key brass inlaid dining table by Theodore Alexander. The finest attention to detail column supports and outswept brass mounted legs. Featuring an extended twin pedestal with two extra leaf. The original Regency.Theodore Alexander products are custom-made by expert craftsmen using knowledge passed down through generations. The defining element is quality in materials and construction. Theodore Alexander build their products with the kind of attention to detail that will ensure each piece will beautifully stand the test of time.
Product Code: 5405-153 Brand: Theodore Alexander Material: Mahogany
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