VINTAGE: A magnificent, rare coffee table in Travertine, brass and walnut designed by Paul McCobb for Calvin Furniture. It's part of his Irwin Collection from the mid 1950's. In near mint condition, the table measures 72x24x16 inches high. $3,595.-
Amazing Drop Leaf Dining Table
VINTAGE: Here's a stunning gate leg dining table in rosewood designed by Kurt Østervig. Produced by Jason Møbler in Denmark circa 1950's. Beautiful detailing everywhere you look and it's built like a tank! It measures 51" wide and 29" with the leaves dropped and 77" fully extended. In beautiful original condition. $4,995.
Lane Occasional Tables
VINTAGE: A fanciful pair of marble and steel occasional tables by Lane circa 1970's. They measure 16 inches high and 21 inches in diameter. $345.- each
Cherner Dining Set
Nearly NEW: Here's a fabulous dining set in walnut by Norman and Benjamin Cherner in nearly new condition. Designed in 1958 and reissued decades later, this set comes from good customers who are relocating to Maui. All together this set retails for $8,600.- but we are pricing the 84" table and four arm chairs at $4,600.-
Barcelona Coffee Table
VINTAGE: Here's a real classic. A genuine Barcelona coffee table by Ludwig Mies van der Rohe for Knoll. The top measures 40x40 inches. The glass has a few fine scratches and the stainless steel base is mint. $1,495.
1970's side tables
VINTAGE: Here's a nice pair of well-designed end tables in chrome steel and smoked glass from the 1970"s. Each table measures 22x20x16 inches high. $495 for the pair.
Stunning Rosewood Occasional Table
VINTAGE: For California maker Thayer Coggin, a lovely Milo Baughman square rosewood table with ebonized base. The table is in excellent condition and retains the original label. Could be used as a coffee table or occasional table. The top was just professionally refinished and the rosewood is striking! It measures 18.5 in.Hx32 in.Wx32 in.D. $1,175.-
George Nelson Platform Bench
NEW: From Herman Miller come these super versatile designs by George Nelson. Introduced in the late forties and imitated time and again but never bettered. They are super sturdy and can be used as seating or as a platform for TV or audio equipment or simply as a beautiful and unique coffee table. Solid maple or walnut with ebonized wood legs or chrome legs in sizes 4, 5 and 6 feet in length. From $1.195.-
Ray Eames Time-Life Walnut Stools
NEW: In continuous production by Herman Miller. Ray Eames delightful turned solid walnut stools can also be used as a side table. $1,150.-Each
Noguchi Coffee Table
NEW: For Herman Miller, introduced in 1948 and still in production! Available in Walnut, Cherry, Ebonized Walnut or Ash. From $1,895.-
Eames LTR Tables
NEW: From Herman Miller this tiny but very usable table by Charles and Ray Eames. Introduced in 1950 and in continuous production ever since. It measures only 10″ high. Available with white, black, walnut, santos palisander or ash tops and white, black or zinc rod bases. One is never enough! From $215.-
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