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Scandinavian teak drinking trolley designed by Poul Jensen in 1950.
Vintage brass serving trolley tea trolley with three layers.
First edition of the FD503 coffee table designed by the Danish marriage Tove and Edvard Kindt-Larsen for the Danish firm reputed France & Søn.
A vintage Round ‘Astro’ G Plan Coffee Table named “Astro” by Victor Wilkins; it has a beautiful glass top inlay supported by a grandiose teak frame. Very much deigned in the Scandinavian modernist style this vintage coffee table has become...
Serving trolley of teak and oak by Arne Fregnell for NC-Möbler in 1959, Sweden - Removable and adjustable teak shelf .
Oval traventine midcentury coffee table from Italy, 1960s Very good condition.
Height: 15.75 in. (40 cm) Diameter: 38.98 in. (99 cm)
Magnificent and smart rosewood sofa table by Torbjørn Afdal for Bruksbo and produced by Haug Snekkeri AS in the 1960s Norway.
An original wooden serving tray from the 1930s. The elegant proportions, gently curved corners, together with the dazzling pattern of the walnut veneer makes this piece a great addition to any interior - whether traditional or modern.
Vintage coffee table in Formica bicolor. Gilded metal base. Equipped with a folding system. . Very good condition.
Table bistrot Tolix "Kub 80" 1950 Xavier Pauchard restaurée thermolaquée
Cesare Lacca for Cassina in Italy, Beautiful and elegant side table.
Vintage Coffee table 60s / 70s. Model of the range created in 1967 by Pierre GUARICHE for MEUROP. Melamine veneer on chipboard. Chromed steel feet. In good condition ( 3 chips at the corners of the top, the chrome is...
Brutalist round natural stone coffee table, The Netherlands 1991
Brutalist oval natural stone coffee table, The Netherlands 1995
condor coffee table
Travertine, brass & glass coffee table.
Set of 3 teak nesting tables with round, tapered legs and beautiful joineries.
Foldable serving trolley with brass wheels & a braided leather handgrip.
The price listed is for ONE table
An iconic coffee table designed by architects Antonin Kropacek and Karel Kozelka. It was first produced by Ceske Umelecke Dilny in Czechoslovakia.
Brutalist decorative wrought iron base with a beautiful travertine top in the natural tone of white and brown. The turned metal is a warm brown tone. Original condition. Measures: Width of 130 cm.
Particular Napoleone III étagère characterized by finely inlaid three shelves with floral taste motif. Enriched with precious finely chiseled golden bronzes that cover the table in different parts. Ideal to be seen on every elegant front placed in the living...