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HEIGHT: 34in (86cm) WIDTH: 5 ft. 4 in. (163cm) DEPTH: 22.25in (57cm)
Mid 20th Century
1970s credenza in the manner of Maitland-Smith, veneered in tessellated peach stone.
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