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The Antler Dining Table by Junko Sakakura: where sophistication meets artistry. With its sleek contours and exquisite craftsmanship, this table is a true testament to refined taste and luxurious living.
Junko Sakakura was a renowned Japanese furniture designer known for her exceptional talent in blending minimalist aesthetics with functionality. Sakakura's designs have left a lasting impact on the world of modern furniture, captivating enthusiasts with their sleek elegance and timeless appeal.
- 27.5"h, 71"w, 35.5"d
- Laminate top dining table with crafter bent wood legs
- Designed by Junko Sakakura for Tendo Mokko circa 1960s
- Made in Japan
- Condition: Excellent; 2" crack to laminate on side
|New||This item is brand new. Hand-made pieces may include subtle inconsistencies and variations.|
|Like New||This item shows no signs of wear but may be used and may not include original packaging.|
|Excellent||A well-cared-for item that has wear appropriate for age and use. Could include patina or other “imperfections” that we believe adds to the value of the piece.|
|Good||This item remains fully functional but shows signs of age, use, or other damage. Could include scratches, chips, rips, discoloration, or other significant imperfections.|
|As-Is||This item needs work to function properly.|
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