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Art Deco Pedestal Table w/ Maple Top Item # F7706

Circa 1930s


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This incredible pedestal table is believed to be the base of an Art Deco-era popcorn machine, salvaged from an opulent movie theater. The column is hollow, with a decommissioned electric socket and doors for where the popcorn scoop could be stowed. The superb style and design of the piece are just as charming as the history, note the perfectly worn red paint and signature Streamline maple slats. We updated the top with a solid maple surface, waxed to match the incised slats. The table is set on concealed casters for ease of movement, and would make an amazing entry piece or home bar.

  • Historical Style: Art Deco / Industrial
  • Condition Notes: Wonderfully weathered original finish, which has been clear-coated to preserve character and prevent additional wear.

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Art Deco Pedestal Table w/ Maple Top

Circa 1930s