Moroccan Moorish Star Shape Blue Pair of Side Drinks tables 1960s
Pair of Moroccan colorful blue hand painted and carved side occasional table with Moorish Islamic designs.
Vintage Moroccan side tables in royal blue background with multicolored floral and geometric designs.
Very decorative fine artwork on a star shape base.
Hand painted in the Moorish manner and well suited as bedside stands or side tables.
These exotic side tables from Morocco will add a chic Bohemian accent in any room or patio.
Mediterranean Hispano Moresque stylish pedestal tables.
Dimensions: Height: 21 in (53.34 cm)Width: 22 in (55.88 cm)Depth: 22 in (55.88 cm)
Sold As: Set of 2.
Hand crafted in Marrakech, North Africa, Morocco by Berber Artisans circa 1950s 1960s.
This Moroccan Moorish-style drinks table hails from the mid-20th century. It boasts a star-shaped top, an octagonal base, intricate polychrome decoration, and finely carved details. Crafted by hand in Morocco, this large side table immediately captures attention with its graceful silhouette and exquisite hand-painted ornamentation. The table's top features a captivating eight-pointed star design adorned with geometric patterns, encircled by a meandering line of stylized leaves, showcasing vibrant hues of blue, red, and beige.
The Moroccan Moorish Bohemian style is renowned for its lavish embellishments, embracing every available space with its charming polychromatic motifs and expertly carved structure. This Moroccan Moorish-style table, dating back to around 1950, makes for a splendid choice as a drinks table, whether it graces a living room or finds a cozy spot under a sheltered patio. It pairs wonderfully with modern furniture, exotic or classic next to a bergère chair or sofa.
Notably, Yves Saint Laurent, the renowned French designer, was among the pioneers in the 1960s who acquired a residence in Marrakech, along with Pierre Bergé. They integrated local, handcrafted exotic furniture into their celebrated compound known as Majorelle, later renamed Villa Oasis. This iconic estate was designed by the esteemed American interior designer Bill Willis, who spent his entire life in Marrakech.