1920's Lloyd Loom Painted Wicker Table

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1920's Lloyd Loom Painted Wicker Table

1,650.00

This uniquely shaped table is a beautiful example of Lloyd Loom Furniture made in the United States in the early part of the 20th century. Lloyd Loom furniture was the invention of American, Marshall B. Lloyd, who developed a method to create wicker furniture from twisted paper finely woven on looms. The table has an elongated, rounded diamond shape with painted red legs, a black painted detail and a oak top with a black painted border. There is evidence of an earlier green paint that shows through beneath worn areas of the red paint. 

United States, circa 1920's

29.5" H X 35.5" W X 18" D

Materials and Techniques: Paper-chord, paint, bentwood, oak. 

Condition: This piece may have very minor shrinkage, rubbing, cracking, surface oxidization, as is normally found with an item of this age.

Reference: J05038

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