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.
Finn Juhl for Baker library table circa early 1950’s. This table’s frame is solid teak with a floating top with wonderful graining and subtly bevelled sides. The unusual part of this table is that it has two interchangeable tops. The one pictured is teak and the other is sycamore. This table is great for dining or as a desk.
Excellent original condition. Price reflects both tops.
Edward Wormley for Dunbar flip top dining table circa mid 1950’s. This all original example has dark walnut legs with solid patinated brass tips and all original walnut formica top. Folded Dimensions Height:29.25″ x Width: 18″ x Depth: 54″.
Wonderful Harvey Probber game table circa late 1950’s. This example is done in book matched richly grained striped African mahogany and has sculpted saber legs. It can be used as a square table and also doubles in size and slides to make a nice size dining table. Please see our other listing for the Probber dining table from the same series.
Mirror polished aluminum faux bamboo dining table circa early 1950’s. This table is regency at its finest and features a highly decorative frame with flared legs and 6 foot glass top. The base will support a bigger top if needed.
The base has been lacquer sealed so that it may be used indoors or out.
Johannes Andersen teak dining table that dates from the mid sixties. Table has brass hinges in the center so that it may fold over on itself. Fully expanded the table measures: 67″ long x 33.5″ wide x 28″ tall. Folded over the top is exactly 33.5″. Pristine condition.