Phenomenal figural dining table by Romweber circa early 1950’s. This extraordinary example has some of the best and unusual graining we have ever seen. The legs are ebonized with patinated brass tips. Comes with one large leaf. The table has been recently impeccably refinished. Please see our other listings for the accompanying barcart. Length of the table without the leaf is 7′.
Hans Wegner for A. P. Stolen dining table circa late 1950’s. This solid teak example has been recently oiled and waxed.
Enrico Baleri for Knoll Studio Mega table circa early 1980’s. This table’s form was meant to evoke ancient megaliths and is done in Sardinian Beta granite. The top is polished save for the edge and legs that are honed. Excellent original condition.
All original Edward Wormley for Dunbar burl wood dining table, circa early 1960s. This example has incredible butterfly forms in the burl wood and lovely tapered legs. Comes with two leaves. Great as a dining table or desk. Dimension to underside of top is 26.25″. Each leaf measures 18″ wide. Dimensions listed are without the leaves.
Cut agate and bronze dining table, circa late 1960s. The top of this example has beautifuly grained agate pieces and gold flecks neath resin. The base is bronze-plated subtly curved steel with great patina.
Iron base tulip table by Eero Saarinen for Knoll, circa early 1960s. This all original example is two-tone with an almond enamel base and off white 36″ off white Formica over wood top.
Milo Baughman for Thayer Coggin bronze dining table, circa early 1970s. This all original example has two beautifully formed oiled bronze bases. The glass in the photos is 6′ long but can be larger or smaller if needed. Price listed is for the bases only. Measurements are for the base. If you need us to procure the top please message us with the dimensions and thickness of glass or wood needed.
Brass and chrome dining table by Pierre Cardin, circa early 1970s. This example has alternating brass and chrome to form a grid and is shown with a 40″ square top. Please note that the table does show age appropriate wear and have some patina.
Macassar ebony and chrome dining table by Berkey. This example has phenomenal graining and comes with two leaves. Fully extended the table measures 110″ long. Without the two leaves it measures 74″ long.
John Kapel for Glenn of California walnut and steel dining table, circa late 1960s. This stunning all original example has conical solid walnut legs with inset steel around the tops and sides. The top is beautifully grained walnut and the table has two accompanying leaves. Please see our other listings for the accompanying dining chairs. Table without leaves measures: 44.75″ and each leaf measures 20″ wide.