Two toned mahogany and brass dining table by Michael Taylor for Baker’s Far East Collection from 1959. This stunning example measures 5.5 feet long without any leaves and has 3 18″ leaves to make the table 10′ fully extended. The inset top is a lighter mahogany and the frame and stretchers are a dark stained solid mahogany. The legs have brass ends and the sides of the table have curvi-linear cutouts with inset brass circles. This table retains its original finish so there is some light wear but overall it is in very good to excellent original condition. Please see our other listings for the accompanying Michael Taylor dining chairs.
Warren Platner for Knoll dining table and chairs circa late 1960s. This phenomenal example is composed of the dining table with bronze base and 54″ walnut knife edged top and four accompanying bronze chairs with their original Knoll upholstery. This entire set is near immaculate and stunning in person. Price listed is for the table and chairs.
Bernard Rohne for Mastercraft dining table circa early 1970’s. This all original example has an etched brass and ebonized wood frame with inset satin brass feet and stretchers. The original glass top is 0.75″ thick and 7 feet long. Please see Red’s other listings for other items by Mastercraft.
Florence Knoll for Knoll oval dining table circa late 1960’s. This example is done in beautifully grained bevelled Brazilian rosewood juxtaposed with a chrome star base. This table is perfect as a donning table but also great as a desk or smaller conference table.
Carpathian elm, elm and oak dining table by Harold Schwartz for Romweber circa early 1950’s. This example has solid sculpted oak legs beautifully grained book matched elm top with inlaid Carpathian elm center.
It measures 45″ round by itself and also has 4 leaves that each measure 13″ wide so fully expanded it is 97″ long.
Allen Ditson and wife Lee Porzio were Arizona craftsman from the late 1950’s through the mid 1970’s. Allen was a master wood worker and metal smith and Lee was a visual artist who created textiles and wonderful oil paintings.
This table is done in walnut and was created for the couple’s home. It is the only one ever to have been produced and features detachable free form leaves. Without the leaves the table has a sculpted form with hand carved legs.
Excellent restored condition.
George Nelson for Herman Miller drop leaf dining table circa late 1940’s. This table is versatile in that it can be used fully extended or with one side down. With both sides down it can easily be stored.
Fiberglass ‘pop’ swivel chairs and matching table by Arkana circa early 1970’s. Done in a wonderful black and white fabric these chairs are comfortable to lounge and dine in. Table top is upholstered in the same fabric as the chairs. Excellent restored condition. Price is for the set.