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Dance Table by The Keno Brothers for Theodore Alexander

The Dance table, designed by The Kenos Brothers for Theodore Alexander is a modern classic that is stunningly beautiful, sleek and polished. The intricate zigzag parquetry is what separates this piece of fine furniture from other mass produced tables. Made with exquisite proportion, form, and design, this table will stand out in any setting.Craftsmanship and attention to detail the Dance table also meet the highest standards. The table includes a hand cut dovetailed drawer and is constructed of figured sycamore veneer, Argentinean walnut veneer and veneered drawer interiors.

Dance by The Keno Brothers

Placing this table in a living room or using it as a bedroom night stand is a perfect expression of taste. A hint of 18th-century French flair is detected in the delicate legs, soft curves and petite shape. Dimensions are, W 14¼ x D 14¾ x H 31¼, and there is enough space on the top to place a drink or small floral arrangement.

About the Manufacturer: Theodore Alexander is a leading manufacturer of fine furniture. Their designs range from eclectic, traditional and modern. The company is known for excellent quality.  Founded in 1996, Theodore Alexander is now one of the largest furniture manufacturers in South East Asia. The Keno Brothers, are ‘Antiques Roadshow’ appraisers, who have decided to branch out with a furniture line that has a modern look. They are using their extensive furniture expertise and applying it to their own pieces.

Posted September 1st, 2011 by Kiana German


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