- Set of two side or coffee tables made from solid teak - Designed by Magnus Olesen and produced by Durum in Denmark in the 1960s - The pieces remain in a very good original condition - The wooden legs seem to be shorter than original height of this model, which is usually 45cm
Dieser Couchtisch wurde von Peter Hvidt & Orla Mølgaard Nielsenentworfen und von France & Søn in den 1950ern hergesellt. Der Tisch ist aus solidem Teakholz. Die Oberseite ist faltbar.
This rosewood mid-century modern coffee table was designed by Johannes Andersen for CFK Silkeborg. It features sleek tapered legs. In a good original vintage condition.
This octagonal coffee table featuring a brass and chrome structure and a travertine top was manufactured in Italy during the 1970s.
This handcrafted oval coffee table with a hand-painted tabletop from the 1960s is signed by the artist, though this is not legible.
- Coffee table designed by William Watting - Produced by Fristho - Glass top - Soldid wood base with brass details
This coffee table was made and designed by German designer Heinz Lilienthal. Lilienthal was known for his wall decorations made of metal, wood, and concrete. The top of this coffee table shows a pattern that is made through the technique of etching and is made out of stainless steel. The base and table edges are made out of warm teak wood. The design lets the table top float on its wooden base.
This small coffee table has been newly painted in yellow.
A Dutch Art Deco Amsterdam school coffee table in the style of Paul Bromberg, and produced in the 1920s.
This vintage coffe table was designed in the 1970s in a modern and minimalist style. It features a smoked glass table top, a white veneered magazine rack in wood and clear persepex feet.
This French mid-century tubular chrome coffee table is tiered and has a blue smoked glass top.
This simple table coffee table has a wooden top and metal base.
Pyramidal coffee table manufactured in Italy circa 1950. It features a solid wooden base with a maple veneer, French polish and four black lacquered wooden arms holding the thick original oval glass top.
A coffee table featuring an onyx top and a black-painted metal and brass base.
This long and low coffee table was designed by a Scandinavian architect in the 1970s and was manufactured in Denmark. The piece is made from solid oak and has been treated with soap, featuring no spots or other damage.
- Liesbosch TZ41 / TZ81 Coffee table designed by Kho Liang Ie in 1958 - Made by ‘Spectrum’ in the late 1950s - Features a wenge frame and a transparent glass top - The frame has been sanded and lacquered and is therefore in very good condition
- Mahogany Art Deco Amsterdam School coffee table - Produced by Fa.Drilling in Amsterdam in the 1920s - Solid ebony Macassar details and ebonized feet - In very good original condition
This coffee table is made from smoked glass and mahogany.