Antique 12 Ft. Roxana Petroleum Corporation Oak Conference Table
The Royal Dutch/Shell Group began selling gasoline imported from Sumatra in the United States in 1912, to capitalize on the growth of the countrys automobile industry and to compete with the Standard Oil Company. Starting with the formation of the Seattle-based American Gasoline Company, Royal Dutch/Shell Group also founded Roxana Petroleum Company in 1912 in Oklahoma to locate and produce crude oil. This conference table is over one hundred years old and was used by the original Board of Directors of the Roxana Petroleum Corporation in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
This magnificent table is constructed from solid Oak and features three ornately hand carved oak pedestal legs with intricate floral motifs and scrollwork
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