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Steel Cubist Brass Side Table (India)
This side table is handcrafted by artisans in India of steel and glass. With a brass, antiqued mirror finish, the cubist table has mirrored shelves.
ITEM#: 13744047This side table is handcrafted by artisans in India of steel and glass. With a brass, antiqued mirror finish, the cubist table has mirrored shelves.
- Materials: Steel, glass
- Finish: Brass, antiqued mirror
- Mirrored glass shelves
- Dimensions: 20 inches high x 16 inches wide x 16 inches deep
Story Behind the Art:
This product was made in the deserts of northern India by artisans that for generations worked within the British military establishment. Since the departure of the British in 1947, this region's industry has grown from one of military support to that of a world class handicraft and furniture industry.
The handcrafted touch of artisan skill creates variations in color, size and design. If buying two of the same item, slight differences should be expected. Note: Color discrepancies may occur between this product and your computer screen.
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Authentic to its country of origin. It has a multi- toned glass insert top and base that is interesting. It works perfectly for that special little table in small spaces.Read More
This end table rounds out my vintage inspired living room. Its small so it fits nicely next to a couch. Looks chic and funky!Read More
Very nice little table. I am glad to find this side table. A bit on the small side. I llike the antiqued mirror however the antiquing was not done too well... as a result, it looks more like smudges. Both top and bottom mirror were antiqued. I ended up putting a coffee table book on top of it to conceal the fact that the antiquing was done rather poorly on mine. Overall, a nice purchase. If you're looking for a one of a kind table, get this...Read More
This table is beautiful. It looks exactly like it does in the website photo maybe even better in person. The top glass was broken when it arrived which is crazy since the packing was immaculate. I didn't return the table since it was the last one in stock at the time. The mirror piece is very cool with a nice aged effect. I couldn't get the same glass but got clear glass cut for the top. I think it still looks amazing.Read More
Very nice table; unfortunately glass top was damaged. Overstock refunded. Hoping to be able to receive replacement parts.Read More
Nice accent tables, I would highly recommend them. They blend perfectly well in elegant decor.Read More
Frames of tables seemed good until the glass was placed on them. The glass on one table did not lay flat. The 4 pieces of glass that came with th tables were a disaster.. .the edges of the glass were all rough, splintered, & chipped. The glass was to have an antique type of look. However, it seemed as though someone took a can of spray paint, held the glass on an angle, sprayed each piece of glass thwice toward the top area and then just let the paint run down the glass. This is among the worst tables that I have ever seen. Does not even come close to O.co quality.that I always expect.Read More
It looks better in the photo, but is pretty much as described. The mirror antiquing is a little uneven, but I'm being pickier than people who would just be visiting and seeing it. Overall, I'm satisfied, but not raving.Read More
Love this table - Beautiful and adds a bit of sparkle/shine to a roomRead More
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