Gustavian and neoclassical side table from northern Sweden. The table is from the province Hälsingland and made around 1790. Straight tapered legs with fluted decor on three sides. The material is pine and the paint is original since the late 1700s. The table top have five newer consoles underneath made to keep the table top in place on the leg frame, most likely since the 1900s. Height to rim is 51.4 cm. The table has traces of the distressed white original paint with the green accent paint and a patina of age.
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