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MID- CENTURY KIPP STEWART FOR DREXEL GAME TABLE - RESTORED

MID- CENTURY KIPP STEWART FOR DREXEL GAME TABLE - RESTORED

Mid-Century modern round walnut game table designed by Kipp Stewart for Drexel. Features solid walnut tapered legs, and rounded top surface with the signature Kipp Stewart rosewood circular inlay design in center.

Please note this table seats 4 and has a slightly lower profile than standard table height at 26” with a knee clearance of 23”. There is still ample leg room with a traditional 18” seat height chair. The lower level height being for the purpose of the “game players” or puzzle makers to be able to efficiently reach the center of the table.

Dimensions: 47.28ʺW × 47.25ʺD × 26ʺH

Condition: Good Condition, Restored, Some Imperfections

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Condition

We refinish and restore most of our vintage items. Due to the nature of the age and use, condition may vary. Please inquire with any specific questions.

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Regular price $1,150.00
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