United States, Late 1940s This handsome mahogany side table is exemplary of Edward Wormley’s designs for Dunbar in the late 1940s. The clean-lined frame with inset top holds a long drawer with a brass pull. The table’s height and depth
United States, Early 1960s Jens Risom designed this distinctive walnut side table with a raised gallery on three sides, a single suspended drawer and a low shelf covered in black leather. A rarely seen piece with great charm.
Italy, 1970s These small side tables feature beveled edges.
USA, 1940s This unique table is an early Abel Sorenson design for Knoll. It features a molded birch tray that sits on a birch-frame stool with a webbed seat. The stool has been newly restrapped with vintage cotton webbing. The
USA, 1965 This pair of side tables was designed and created by Philip and Kelvin LaVerne as part of their Chan series of chinoiserie-inspired tables. The LaVernes achieved their detailed designs by acid-etching bronze, adding pewter and enamel, then burying
USA, 1950s This side table, model 5425, was designed by Edward Wormley for Dunbar. It features a slat mahogany base with the original glass top.
USA, 1950s These tables were designed by Edward Wormley and manufactured by Dunbar as part of series 4785. Each table features a rectangular walnut top on square mahogany legs. The smallest table has four stretchers, while the other two have
Unknown, 20th Century This side table is in the style of Giacometti and constructed of hand-hammered iron. It features tapered legs, an X-frame stretcher, and a smoked glass top.
USA, 1950s This rare occasional table, which was designed in 1957 by Edward Wormley for Dunbar, is constructed of walnut and features three gently curved legs and round top with four inlaid tiles by Gertrud and Otto Natzler.
USA, 1982 Lucia Mercer was schooled in landscape architecture, and apprenticed with a granite quarry in upstate New York, where she sculpted stone. This Stump table won The Roscoe award, USA 1983, and is as much a work of art
USA, 1960s This nightstand by George Nelson for Herman Miller is constructed of an enameled steel frame with a wood shelf and a wood-front drawer. The drawer features three small compartments and the original manufacturer’s label.
USA, 1950s This nightstand by George Nelson for Herman Miller is constructed of an enameled steel frame with a glass top and a painted black drawer. The drawer features the original manufacturer’s label.
USA, 1957 This rare occasional table, which was designed in 1957 by Edward Wormley for Dunbar, is constructed of mahogany and features three gently curved legs and round top.
USA, 1950s This small side table is unique and functional. It is constructed of walnut with ebonzied legs, and it features two copper planting boxes with covers, a glass top, and a large drawer.
Denmark, 1950s This sewing table is in the style of Hans Wegner and is constructed of solid oak. It features two drop-leaves, a shallow drawer with numerous compartments, and a pull-out woven rattan basket. Each leaf measures 14.5″. When both
USA, c. 1959 The unique side table, from the Acclaim series by Andre Bus for Lane, features a round top on hexagonal base and is finished with patterned walnut veneer. Two doors open to reveal ample storage space.
USA, 1950s Designed by Paul McCobb for Directional, this end table is composed of a rectangular travertine top and a brass base. A corresponding sectional sofa with travertine corner table is also available.
USA, 1950s This small end or side table by Paul McCobb is composed of a white formica top on a brass base.
USA, 1950s This set of three nesting tables by T.H. Robsjohn-Gibbings for Widdicomb is composed of mahogany and has been expertly refinished. The small table measures 16″ W x 23.5″ D x 20.5″ H; the medium table measures 19″ W
USA, 1950s This small table by T.H. Robsjohn-Gibbings for Widdicomb features a triangular top with curved corners that sits atop three flared legs.
USA, 1960s This end table by John Widdicomb features a cane shelf, one shallower drawer, and stunning walnut grain.
USA, 1950s This pair of end table is in the style of Bertha Schaefer. They feature a two-tiered ebonized wood frame and travertine tops.
USA, 1950s This small hairpin leg side table is unique and functional, with two copper planting boxes and a large drawer.
Brazil, 1960′s This unique set of side tables are as much works of art as they are functional pieces. Each top is uniquely comprised of multiple copper sheets patchworked together to create a stunning visual from all angles. As the
USA, 1950′s This functional rolling side table features a large drawer with wooden pull and plenty of storage space on the shelf below.
Denmark, 1950′s These sweet side tables have beautiful ceramic tile tops.
USA, 1950′s This pair of side tables features cork tops which are perfect or beverages. The small size makes them a convenient addition to any space.
Denmark, 1960′s This side table by Hans Wegner is beautifully inlaid with green textured ceramic tile.
USA, 1950′s White formica side tables with black metal frames by Florence Knoll. Price is per table, ten available.
USA, 1970′s These beautiful side tables by Karl Springer are constructed of 1″ thick crystal glass attached to a solid steel column which is covered by a brass plated sleeve. Signed at the base and labeled on the interior post.
USA, 1930s This darling pair of American Art Deco mahogany tables, attributed to Donald Deskey, would serve equally well as nightstands or side tables. The sturdy demilune design features two swing-out drawers with nickeled bronze pulls and a divided bottom
USA, 1950′s This beautiful side table has a unique travertine composite top with marble inlays.
England, 1920′s This elegant game table features a hinged checker board top which opens to reveal double the game playing surface. There is storage under the table top as well as in the pedestal base. When open, the top measures
USA, 1950′s Pair of matching side tables by Harvey Probber featuring removable travertine tops on a decagonal mahogany base.