Custom designed console table built from French antique architectural elements. Circa 1880's. Sides are French shutter panels lightly stained, sealed, and waxed. Front of console is from a French door transom finished to match the shutter sides. Center French iron piece still has original paint and is sealed. Tops are made from 1870's split pine French farmhouse beams which have been stained, sealed, and waxed to match rest. The back of front transom still retains original window. You can easily take the window to a glass store and have glass or mirror put in to add a pretty backdrop for iron. Many leave alone.
This is a piece designed by Charles Phillips from French antique architecturals. This piece is great for under a TV, as a dining room serving piece, or in an entry way.
Total: 41.5" tall, 66" wide, and 13.5" deep; 1.5" thick top
Base: 56.5" wide and 12" deep
The1870's split pine French farmhouse beams and architectural elements are worn consistent with age and use over time. Excellent condition.
Naturally occurring movement may happen after antique wood is placed in climate controlled spaces.