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Louis XV Dressing Table
Our Louis XV dressing table is an elegant piece inspired by the styles of 18th century France. The free-standing triple mirror also shown here is sold separately and is the perfect way to complete the look. This luxury dressing table is part of a range of elegant bedroom furniture, including wooden and upholstered beds, bedside cabinets, a chest of drawers and a wardrobe.
- Luxury wooden dressing table with mirror
- Hand crafted mahogany frame
- Embellished with elaborate floral carvings
- Incorporating three drawers with traditional dovetail construction
- Hand polished in our stunning antique pecan finish with a finely distressed patina that ensures each piece is unique
- Mirror sold separately
- A matching Louis XV bed is available, together with a range of bedroom furniture
- Dimensions: W 51” x D 24” x H 32"
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Unless otherwise requested, a provision for delivery to your named forwarding warehouse will be included in your price quotation. Please note that there may be additional charges for some remote locations.
A two person uniformed delivery and installation service is available upon request. Contact us to discuss your order in greater detail.
All orders at all times are insured to maintain Commercial General Liability, Automobile Liability, Workers' Compensation (or Occupational Accident Law if allowed by law) and Cargo Insurance in amounts required by law.
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CARE FOR WOODEN FURNITURE
Our fine wooden bedroom furniture is handcrafted from carefully selected timber obtained from sustainable worldwide sources. Each piece is individual, and over time aspects of the surface or colour may change.
Protecting wooden furniture
We have protected our wooden bedroom furniture with four coats of lacquer and a layer of wax. To avoid warping and splitting, keep wooden furniture away from direct heat sources such as radiators or fireplaces. Avoid bleaching by keeping your wooden furniture out of direct sunlight.
Cleaning wooden furniture
Avoid using silicon waxes, lemon oil and oil-based polishes on our fine wooden furniture. Use a good quality beeswax to protect our wooden furniture, and wax new furniture during the first 30 days. Between waxings, dust wooden furniture with a soft, moist, lint-free cloth.
Moving wooden furniture
Never move a loaded wardrobe. When positioning a wardrobe, ensure it is on a level surface so that the doors will open and close correctly. Never pick up a chest by its top surface. Instead, hold the sides of the chest and lift