This coffee table with a chromed base supported a 2 cm thick glass top.
This coffee table from the 1950s features a motif of Paris with the Moulin Rouge on top.
Gold plated mosaic coffee table in palisander with a chrome base.
This model Sheaf of Wheat coffee table with a golden metal frame in the shape of a sheaf of wheat features a circular top of dark grey coloured glass.
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 Bois Debout coffee table is made from wood.
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.
´´Antella´´ foldable table or console features a frame and top with rounded front edge, two hinged elements which are held together by a magnet and two halves of elliptical tabletop panels. It is lacquered in black and was designed by Kazuhide Takahama and produced 1978 by Simon International in Italy. Console depth: 60 cm.
A Scandinavian modern circular coffee table made in teak with rounded edges in a different color wood. The table features X-shaped legs along the base for added support.
This bronze and glass coffee table was designed by Kouloufi for Ets Vanderborght Frères SA, Brussels in 1958. Vanderborght Frères was a Brussels-based interior company, similar to Maison Jansen and Maison Baguès. This rectangular coffee table features a solid brass base composed of double arches which are connected to each other by two stretchers. The table has the original thick clear glass table top which is in very good condition. The table is documented on a photo of the interior that was...
This rectangular shaped cocktail table was designed by Kouloufi, Belgium circa in 1970. It features a polished brass base composed of double arches which are connected to each other via two stretchers. The base supports a thick clear glass table top.
- 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.
This Sesann coffee table was created as part of the Sesann living room set by Gianfranco Frattini in 1970 for Cassina, Italy. The reflective glass surface of the table and the structural support in chrome have been well maintained over time.
- 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
This 1970s Brutalist-style coffee or side table was designed by Paul Evans, and features a 36-inch circular glass top with a base that is made of welded iron with a rusted patina.This table is strong, sturdy and ready to be used, the base is equipped to support a larger glass top.
This coffee table was designed by Philippe Barbier in France during the 1970s. The large rectangular coffee piece features a thick top with beveled edges, supported by a double geometric base in pink and black marble. The spacer is made from metal. This table was a unique piece, and was part of Barbier´s own private collection.
- Falcon coffee table designed by Sigurd Ressell - Produced by Vatne Møbler - Smoke glass top - Bent plywood basse