Carpathian elm dining table by Harold Schwartz for RomWeber circa early 1950’s. This all original example has a beautifully curved top and stunning graining in the elm. The legs are brass tipped and the table comes with 2 leaves to easily accommodate 10 people. Please see Red’s other listings for the accompanying RomWeber dining chairs, sideboard and bar. Table has two leaves each 18″ wide thus making the total length 120″.
Paul Frankl for Johnson Furniture cork game table, circa early 1950s. This beautiful example has a free form solid cork top with tapered solid mahogany legs. It has recently been impeccably refinished.
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.
Beta granite and steel dining table, circa mid-1970s. This stunning example has a beveled 43″ round Beta granite top that sits atop an architecturally formed steel base.
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.
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.
Patinated brass and glass dining table by Mastercraft, circa early 1960s. This example has Greek key detailing in each corner and inset glass top. This can be mirror polished or left in its original patinated finish. Please see our other listings for other Mastercraft items.
T.H. Robsjohn Gibbings for Widdicomb dining table circa early 1950’s. This example has a beautifully grained walnut top with two leaves and elegant doweled solid walnut base.
Custom chrome brass and glass octagon dining table circa early 1970’s. This table was special ordered and has a Maison Jansen Fontana Arte feel with sculptural stretchers and feet, brass upon chrome and massive 72″ top.
Florence Knoll 8′ rosewood and steel oval table or desk, circa mid-1960s. This all original example has a finely grained rosewood top with knife edge and chrome-plated steel X-base. This is the rare larger scale version.