- Falcon coffee table designed by Sigurd Ressell - Produced by Vatne Møbler - Smoke glass top - Bent plywood basse
- Coffee table with rotating table tops - Features a chrome metal base and white formica table tops - The top table is made of glass
This table can be used as a coffee table or as a dining table due to the height adjustable base, which is made from steel. The table top is made from teak in original honey/brown color. It was produced in the 1970s.
- Circular rosewood table by Wilhelm Renz - Adjustable for use as a dining table / center table or coffee table - The table stands on a steel base with a handle to raise or lower the height - Adjustable from coffee table height at 54 cm up to the full height of 75 cm - Rosewood top with a strong grain - Manufacturer´s mark underneath
The coffee table consists of only necessary parts. The top panel functions as the surface of the table. The two vertical panels and the bottom surface create support for the table and suggest a space for the storage or display of personal items. The form follows functional needs yet exists as a bold sculptural object. Displaying objects at the corner of the table (books, planter, etc.) enhances the balance of the table surface.
This Spanish-designed Muebles Curvasa coffee table features a brass frame with glass and mirror inlay. The table is marked on each corner. The table dates back to approximately the 1970s. The legs of the table feature detailed carvings.
This small coffee table was designed in the 1940s or 1950s and produced in Switzerland by Bigla. It is made from a multi layered table, with a table top coated in black resin. The legs are made from chromed tubular steel and the table can be disassembled to be stored.
Italian coffee table in walnut with a rare height in between the usual coffee table and a dining table. The table has an inlaid thick black glass top. The ornamental shaped legs have an unusually wide angle and are finished with brass feet.
This coffee table was produced by Nathan Furniture in the 1960s in the United Kingdom. The piece features a round table made from thermoformed plywood with a central detachable tray. The table is composed of three separate glass sections, which slide within the table and are secured by brown plastic screws. A round center shelf sits in the middle of the table and can be adjusted to three different heights.
Coffee table composed of small pieces joined together in a traditional artisan manner. This pattern can be seen both at the top of the table and at the bottom. The table is solid and made entirely of pine.
This rectangular table was designed by Carlo Enrico Rava in the late 1940s. The Italian glass top is resting on a rosewood-veneered frame. Due to its dimensions, the table can be used as a coffee table or side table.
- French lucite coffee table - Silver and gold plated details - Can be used as a coffee table or side table
This set includes one coffee table and one small side table. They were made in Denmark in the mid 1960s from teak and teak veneer in a style reminiscent of designed by Grete Jalk. The dimensions given below are for the coffee table. The smaller side table measures: L 38cm x W 33cm x H 43cm.
This coffee table, which could also be used as a side table, was designed by Gustav Bahus and produced in Norway. The table is made from teak and the table top sits on turned screw-in legs. It has been restored with Danish oil and polish which has brought out the grain in the teak.
This sturdy coffee table features a chrome base that has a white marble top. It can be used as a coffee table, but can also be placed on a wall and used as a console table.
This coffee table was designed by Piero Fornasetti and produced by Fornasetti in Italy in 1961. The table top shows the ´Chiavi e Pistole´ subject on a hand painted marble surface coated with gloss varnish. The authenticity of this table has been approved by Fornasetti. The table features an original metal base, a revolving unit, and a table top made from wood.
- Produce in former Czechoslovakia - Features tapered Scandinavian-style legs - The plate in resin is original - This table can be used as a coffee table or a side table - Original label
This coffee table was made and manufactured in the 1970s. It features a chromed metal base with a black wooden table top. The table remains in a good vintage condition.