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Carved Indian Mehrab Console Hall Table
Carved Indian Mehrab Console Hall Table
Carved Indian Mehrab Console Hall Table
Carved Indian Mehrab Console Hall Table
Carved Indian Mehrab Console Hall Table
Carved Indian Mehrab Console Hall Table
Carved Indian Mehrab Console Hall Table
Carved Indian Mehrab Console Hall Table
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Carved Indian Mehrab Console Hall Table

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$995.00
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$995.00
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Description:

Beautiful Indian console featuring ornate lattice carvings and delicately hand carved mehrab arches that decorate the front of the unit. Even the ends and legs of this stunning piece are adorned with detailed carvings, making it beautiful from every angle.

 

Item Details:

Measurements -123.5cm W x 40cm D x 91cm H
Colour - Lightly distressed white chalk finish 
Material - Solid mango wood
Origin - India
 
Shipping:
Shipping on our large furniture pieces will be charged separately after checkout. 
 
Due to the size and bulk of these items, shipping charges are calculated individually based on your delivery location.
 
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*please note, as these are vintage pieces imperfections are to be expected. These “imperfections” are to be celebrated as part of the history of each individual piece, and add to their story and character.