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Coffee table, Ox, Black antique

House Doctor

 

The simple Ox coffee table from House Doctor has a nice, timeless design that suits most homes. The table is made of black iron. The feet come with a stunning brass finish that gives the product an elegant and exclusive twist. The table can be used as a coffee table in your living room. You can place it by your sofa, or use it as a small side table by an armchair. Or use it as a small table by the bed in your bedroom.

 

The simple Ox coffee table from House Doctor has a nice, timeless design that suits most homes. The table is made of black iron. The feet come with a stunning brass finish that gives the product an elegant and exclusive twist. The table can be used as a coffee table in your living room. You can place it by your sofa, or use it as a small side table by an armchair. Or use it as a small table by the bed in your bedroom.

Size
50x50 cm, h: 45 cm
Units
1
Material
Iron, Aluminium, Steel, MDF
N/A
Markings
N/A
Washing instruction
Clean with a moist cloth
EAN
5707644470439

Use
N/A

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