Rare Cleo Baldon occasional table, circa late 1950s. This all original example has a solid oak top with scalloped edge and solid wrought iron base with Baldon’s unmistakable detailing. Perfect as an entry table or game table.
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.
Hans C. Andersen teak and laminate octagonal side table circa late 1950’s. This all original example has a solid teak octagonal top and legs with inset red laminate top.
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.
Bleached mahogany and polished travertine demi lune cocktail table by Harvey Probber circa late 1950’s. The top of this table is ten sided and the solid mahogany base has cathedral like curves and undulations. Very good original condition.
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.
Patinated brass and glass dining table circa early 1970’s. This all original example could be used as an occasional table, desk or dining table. Please note there is some wear to the brass. Glass shown is 40″ square.
Ebonized oak and brass occasional table circa late 1950’s. This sculptural example has tapered solid oak legs and arms that have been newly finished. Diameter of base: 22.13″. Glass shown is 37″
Edward Wormley for Dunbar occasional or lamp table late, circa 1950s. This example is two-tone walnut and has been sanded and oiled.
Bruno Mathsson for Karl Mathsson collapsible ‘Maria’ dining table from Denmark, circa late 1950s. This versatile example has a richly grained teak top with solid beech legs. Fabulous in that it can seat ten fully extended six when half extended and stored away when not in use. It has recently been sanded oiled and detailed. With one side down the table measures 59.5″ long and completely folded down 9″ wide.