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Interlocking Ebonized Tables by Wormley for Dunbar

Interlocking ebonized tables by Edward Wormley for Dunbar, circa mid-1950s. These examples, models 5402 and 5403 have newly ebonized solid oak frames with inset white and black laminate tops. They can be used individually or as a unit. Price listed is for both tables. Sofa table measures: 53.5″ long x 23″ deep x 24″ tal

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Richard Schultz for Knoll Cocktail Table

Richard Schultz for Knoll enameled steel and aluminum cocktail table, circa 1966. This example has an inset lemon yellow steel top flanked by a white cast aluminum frame. Newly powder coated this can be used indoors or out. Red also has the accompanying orange cocktail table and square dining table. Please inquire.

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Allen Ditson and Lee Porzio Walnut and Ceramic Side Tables

Allen Ditson and Lee Porzio solid walnut and inset ceramic tile side tables, circa late 1950s. These early examples were husband and wife collaborations. Ditson the wood and steel sculptor and craftsman fashioned the legs and top. Porzio the weaver fabric designer and ceramist made the incredible inset ceramic tiles. Red has four of these tables available. These are priced individually.

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Pair of Patchwork Walnut and Mirrored Glass Side Tables

Pair of patchwork walnut and mirrored glass side or end tables circa late 1960’s. These examples have inset ebonized walnut plinth bases and inset bronze tinted mirrored glass. The cases are beautifully grained walnut squares. These have both recently been impeccably refinished. Price listed is for the pair.

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Stanley Young Glenn of California Walnut Nightstands

Stanley Young for Glenn of California nightstands, circa late 1950s. These examples have walnut cases with stunning graining, solid walnut legs and one drawer. The drawer pulls are bentwood walnut with brass accents. These have been recently impeccably refinished.
Price listed is for the pair.

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Pair of Reed Bamboo and Glass Japanese Tables

Pair of bamboo reed and glass tables from Japan circa early 1950s. These examples have lacquered bamboo bases and tapered reed forms with inset glass. Historically these forms without the bases or glass were used as fishing nets to trap fish. Price listed is for the pair.

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Free Form Rosewood & Steel Side Tables

Free form rosewood and inlaid steel side tables circa mid 1960’s. Feature solid steel twisted legs and beautiful graining to the Brazilian rosewood. There are three pieces to this set including one other biomorphic cocktail table. Tables are sold individually.