Dining Table Florence
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Introducing the magnificent "Dining Table Florence" by Eichholtz, a travertine masterpiece inspired by a medieval Catalan column shaft dating to around 113040. With strong lines and timeless allure, this table showcases the beauty of natural travertine, that lends unique colors and textures to each one-of-a-kind piece. Measuring 150 cm. in diameter, the round tabletop exudes elegance, while its 76-cm. height adds a regal touch. Elevate your dining experience with a dash of medieval beauty, and embrace the harmonious blend of nature and sophistication with the "Florence Dining Table." HISTORIC PROVENANCEThe Dining Table Florence takes its design cues from a Catalan column shaft (ca. 113040) at The Cloisters, The Metropolitan Museum of Arts location devoted to the art and architecture of the Middle Ages. The marble-and-stone column shaft, made in present-day France, stands in the Cuxa Cloister, which has been recreated with fragments of the 12th- century Benedictine monastery of Saint-Michel-de-Cuxa. The Dining Table Florence takes on the serene, simple form of the Museums column shaft, and is carefully reimagined as an elegant travertine table.