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Limbert dining table, circular top over splayed
© TREADWAY TOOMEY GALLERIES, Cincinnati, OH, USA

Limbert dining table, circular top over splayed legs supported by a cross-stretcher base with thru-tenon construction, overall roughness, veneer damage...

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