Of all the wonders France has given us, none are as universal as the words popularized by Charles Messier, who in the late 1700s became the first astronomer to name galaxies, supernovas and nebulae. His work, like that of all scientific, cultural and artistic pioneers, lives on to this day. And, for those intimately familiar with his contribution, the shape of an orb, a comet or an astrological marvel will forever bear his imprint. It's a dreamy notion, for sure, and one in keeping with our alluringly overt Provencal Gardens End Table. Styled to take the place of a traditional night stand, this decorative end table works equally well as a center hall stand, lamp table or chair side reader. The four-square elevated foot base gives rise to a series of stacked and carved circular forms, including disks, balls, rings and the central, stylized orb. The round-on-round motif is continued in the seamless tabletop, which is hand finished to bring out the unique Dutch white cedar glow.
- Foot base
- European Farmhouse collection
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