Italy, 1970s This coffee table by Saporiti Italia features a rounded square glass top and a stainless steel and wood base. The base, composed of four semi-circles, is permanently fixed to the top with invisible adhesive.
USA, 1950s This table, model 4699, was designed by Edward Wormley and manufactured by Dunbar. It is composed of a soap grain walnut top and bent wood legs. It features one drawer with the original Dunbar table. This table could
USA, 1950s This elegant console table features four drawers and a shelf below. The narrow width and counter height is perfect for an entryway.
USA, 1950s This mahogany coffee table by T.H. Robsjohn-Gibbings for Widdicomb features a rounded square top, a lower shelf, and sweeping saber-shaped legs.
Denmark, 1960s This rosewood dining table by Kofod Larsen is impressive and versatile. The table includes three large leaves that each measure 23.63″, allowing the table to extend to 120″. An extra leg drops down to provide additional support.
USA, 1950s This iconic slat bench by George Nelson for Herman Miller can serve as either seating or as a coffee table.
Norway, 1960s This set includes a large wall mirror and a low console table with three drawers. Both items are constructed of rosewood and feature arc-shaped cutouts. The mirror measures 28.75 ” W x 48″ H x 4.75″ D.
USA, 1970s This 1966 Collection coffee table has a vibrant yellow porcelain enamel top, a color which is no longer in production.
Australia, 1940s This classic art deco side table by NAMCO in the style of Warren MacArthur is constructed of aluminum tubing in MacArthur’s patented technique. It features the original walnut veneer top that has been expertly refinished.
Italy, 1980s This restrained example of Arts and Crafts furniture was designed by Charles Rennie Mackintosh in 1918. It features a square top and window-pane style base in ebonized wood. This example is a high quality Cassina reissue made in
USA, 1978 This unique and whimsical table was sculpted out of a steel I-beam by Albert Leon Wilson. The base is signed and dated. Wilson is credited as the first sculptor to work with I-beams, and his work is in
Australia, 1940s This classic art deco side table by NAMCO in the style of Warren MacArthur is constructed of aluminum tubing in McArthur’s patented technique. The frame is in original condition, and it features a brand new walnut veneer top.
USA, 1950′s This table is comprised of a Portuguese marble top that sits on a single trefoil column on a brass-rimmed leather stand. It would serve as an excellent breakfast, tea, or card table.
Italy, 1970s This sleek Italian console table from the 1970s pairs a chrome and brass base with an inset glass top. It can equally serve as a sofa table.
USA, 1950′s This walnut dining table has been expertly refinished to highlight its stunning grain. It features two additional leaves that measure 18″ each and a fifth leg for additional support in the center when the table is fully extended.
USA, 1970′s This versatile table has a beautiful sculptural base accented with chrome connectors. It speaks for itself.
USA, 1960′s Great vintage example of this classic Eames design.
USA, 1950′s This beautiful drop-leaf table by Swedish-born Greta Grossman is versatile and elegant. When leaves are down the table measures 60″L x 18″D x 29″H.
USA, 1970′s This beautiful walnut table has been expertly refinished.
Everything in our home suggests some aspect of our story: the studio itself, which Michael designed fifteen years ago; the antiques from Alicia’s childhood; the artwork we’ve traded for or picked up on our travels. The pieces we’ve acquired from
Canada, 1950′s Elegant console table perfect for a front hallway. Dimensions of glass top are 26.25″ W x 11″.
USA, 1970s This beautiful table features a magnificent elm burl grain. With a warm glowing tone, this table will make a statement in any room. Two 18″ leaves extend the length from 60″ to 96″.
USA, 1960′s This versatile rectangular table by Charles Eames has a beautiful rare rosewood veneer top. It can be used as a dining table or conference table or desk.
USA, 1970′s This elegant table can serve as a dining table, conference table, or desk. With a beautiful walnut top and chrome base.
USA, 1970′s This beautiful table features two slatted chrome bases with a 5/8″ thick glass racetrack top with a beveled edge.
Danish, 1950′s This rare coffee table by Johannes Andersen has a unique sculptural shape with a useful lower shelf.