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.
42″ round teak dining table with four inverted chairs designed by Hans Olsen for Frem Rojle circa early 1950’s. This ingenious and compact set has four solid teak dining chairs that essentially become the table. Each chair has three legs and inlaid walnut to the curved seat backs. The set is in excellent original condition. Price is for the table and chairs.
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.
Mirror polished slatted steel dining table by Russell Woodard circa early 1960’s. Recently polished and lacquer sealed this table can be used indoors or out. Please see our other listings for matching dining arm and lounge chairs.
Tangerine orange fiberglass dining table circa early 1970’s. Features a two tiered sculptural base with 39.5″ round top. This table can be used indoors or out. Excellent restored condition.
Drop leaf dining table by Edward Wormley for Dunbar circa late 1940’s. This dining table is made of walnut and features a beautifully grained top adjustable solid walnut angled legs and early green Dunbar tag. Excellent original condition.
Thick lucite ‘snail’ cocktail table circa early 1970’s. Has a beautiful spiral form and can be used as a cocktail table or side table.
Polished aluminum slat tulip dining table by Russell Woodard circa early 1960’s. This piece is one of several we have by Woodard. The others include a coffee table and a set of three side chairs.
Piet Hein and Bruno Mathsson for Fritz Hansen ‘Super Ellipse’
dining table circa mid 1960’s. This is the large scale version of this table with birch top and chrome plated steel butterfly legs.
Very good original condition.
Michael Taylor for Baker dining table circa mid 1950’s. This table was done for the far east collection and features olive burl wood framed in by chocolate brown walnut. The table has three large leaves and when fully extended is nearly ten feet long. It has been impeccably restored and is truly magnificent in person. Each leaf is 16″ wide and the table without leaves is 68″ long.