Stunning burl wood and brass occasional table, circa early 1970s. This example has incredibly grained bentwood burl sides with polished brass stretchers. It has recently been impeccably refinished. Glass shown has a 25.75″ diameter.
Pair of large scale mirror polished aluminum occasional tables circa mid 1960’s. These double x forms can be used as grand occasional tables or as taller cocktail tables. Perfect for indoors or out. Price is for the pair.
Sculpted mahogany cocktail table by Illum Wikkelso, circa mid-1960s. This all original example has tapered solid mahogany legs that look fabulous from every angle.
Finn Juhl for Baker furniture oiled teak occasional or side table, circa mid-1960s. This all original example has linear subtly tapered legs elevated sides to the top and beautiful graining. Some slight wear to the center of the table.
Edward Wormley for Dunbar ‘constellation’ table, circa late 1950s. This lovely example has bentwood walnut legs, circular frame and inset walnut circles.
The top is a creamy yellow lacquer.
Pair of Milo Baughman for Thayer Coggin storage cubes, circa late 1950s. These unusual examples have beautifully grained walnut cases with ebonized walnut accents and plinth walnut bases. The lids are hinged and the interiors have more than ample storage. Perfect as end tables or night stands or for elegant extra storage. Price listed is for the pair.
Wrought iron center or dining table, circa early 1900s. This all original example has intricate hand-wrought iron detailing and fabulous patina to the solid iron. Current glass top measures 42″.
Lovely brass and glass side table by Peter Ghyczy, circa early 1970s.
This example has four flat bar bronze posts that wraparound the square glass top. The base has angled edging and decorative detailing in the center. Please see our other listings for the accompanying cocktail table.
Stunning bronze and glass side or cocktail table by Peter Ghyczy, circa early 1970s. This example handsomely wrapsaround the glass top with solid bronze legs with architectural detailing. Please see our other listings for an accompanying side table.
Whimsical all original tiered occasional table, circa late 1950s. This example mixes colored formica wood and metal and is perfect for display of plants sculpture and various and sundry other things.