Monolithe vintage by Emmanuelle Vidal
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A 1940s exquisite coffee table by Maison Ramsay with a glass top and legs in gold beaten iron.
Original patina. Glass thickness : 20 mm / 0.78 inches
|Place of origin||France|
|Hauteur||39 cm / 15.35 inches|
|Length||106 cm / 15.35 inches|
|Profondeur||56 cm / 22.04 inches|
|Legs||Gold beaten iron|
|Transport France continentale||60.00 €|
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