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Moth Interiors Our tables are based on french restaurant serving tables, using reclaimed timbers and original 19th century french carvings.

Moth Interiors Our tables are based on french restaurant serving tables, using reclaimed timbers and original 19th century french carvings.

Moth Interiors Our tables are based on french restaurant serving tables, using reclaimed timbers and original 19th century french carvings.

Moth Interiors Our tables are based on french restaurant serving tables, using reclaimed timbers and original 19th century french carvings.

Moth Interiors Our tables are based on french restaurant serving tables using reclaimed timbers and original 19th century french carvings

Moth Interiors Our tables are based on french restaurant serving tables using reclaimed timbers and original 19th century french carvings

Moth Interiors  Our tables are based on french restaurant serving tables using reclaimed timbers and original 19th century french carvings

Moth Interiors Our tables are based on french restaurant serving tables using reclaimed timbers and original 19th century french carvings

Moth Interiors Our tables are based on french restaurant serving tables, using reclaimed timbers and original 19th century french carvings.

Moth Interiors Our tables are based on french restaurant serving tables, using reclaimed timbers and original 19th century french carvings.

Moth Interiors Our tables are based on french restaurant serving tables, using reclaimed timbers and original 19th century french carvings.

Moth Interiors Our tables are based on french restaurant serving tables, using reclaimed timbers and original 19th century french carvings.

"An 18th c. Baroque Italian table with harp legs and hand forged iron stretchers (c. 1780s) atop a natural black and white cowhide. And can anyone pick out the french bergeres that recently arrived from Clignencourt Flea Market in Paris?"

"An 18th c. Baroque Italian table with harp legs and hand forged iron stretchers (c. 1780s) atop a natural black and white cowhide. And can anyone pick out the french bergeres that recently arrived from Clignencourt Flea Market in Paris?"

Note framed entrance and exposed, suspended steel frame for pendant lights.

Mercato Restaurant Shanghai by Neri&Hu

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