78" 15th C. Dual-Baluster Oak Console
During the late 15th century, no lesser architect than Michelangelo popularized the curvaceous columns known as balusters, using them to define piazzas and cathedrals alike. We've united them in support of an oak console table, replete with dentil molding as top ornament, and bearing a sandblasted finish that brings it into a more modern era.
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- 78"W x 22"D x 34"H (two balusters)