Levant Ottoman provinces fruitwood table (57h x 43w cm)
Height: 57cm | Width: 43cm
During the Belle Époque period it was considered novel and dandy to have the odd exotic item of furniture in ones cluttered late Victorian or Edwardian boudoir or parlor . With increased commercial sea links and troop movements via Suez from India and the Levant large items could be readily shipped individually and commercially e
n-masse to the likes of Liberty & Co adapting into the current fashionable taste for the Arts and Crafts movement.of the day which emulated such oriental exotica.