20th Century Modern Furniture and Accessories

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Saber Leg Coffee Table by T.H. Robsjohn-Gibbings for Widdicomb

United States, 1950s This two-tier mahogany coffee table by T.H. Robsjohn-Gibbings for Widdicomb exemplifies the grace of his work, from the softly contoured edges of its squared top to the curvaceous sweep of its saber legs, reminiscent of the Klismos […]

[SOLD] Hexagonal Coffee Table Set by Frank Lloyd Wright for Heritage-Henredon

United States, 1955-1957 This handsome set is part of the Taliesin collection that Frank Lloyd Wright designed for Henredon in 1955. It comprises a coffee table whose hexagonal top sits on a tripod base and two triangular stools that fit underneath. […]

Silver Tassel Coffee Table by Phyllis Morris

USA, 1960s Known for her playful and often extravagant designs, Phyllis Morris created this Hollywood Regency–style coffee table with four outsized silver tassels forming the support for a large glass top.

[SOLD] Alanda Coffee Table by Paolo Piva for B&B Italia

Italy, 20th century This coffee table was designed by Paolo Piva in 1982 and manufactured by B&B Italia. It features a geometric and sculptural steel base and a large, square glass top.

[SOLD] Art Deco Mirror and Glass Coffee Table

USA, 1950s This Art Deco coffee table features a glass top above a mirror in the same unique shape. The legs are constructed of black wood stacked with glass and brass accents.

Glass, Stainless Steel, & Wood Coffee Table by Saporiti Italia

Italy, 1970s A fabulous example of the Saporiti Italia aesthetic of the 1970s, this low coffee table comprises a square glass top, with rounded edges, that is permanently fixed (with invisible adhesive) to four stainless steel–topped wooden arcs.

Inlaid Marble and Mahogany Coffee Table by Tommi Parzinger for Charak Modern

United States, 1950s Designed by Tommi Parzinger for Charak Modern, this eye-catching coffee table comprises four segmented pieces of beautiful Rosa Norvegia marble set into a mahogany base with contrasting inlays. Numbered on marble: 8284.

[SOLD] Walnut & Glass Snail Coffee Table by Vladimir Kagan

USA, 1970s Vladimir Kagan’s iconic Snail Table, designed in the 1960s, features a spiral walnut veneer base and a curved rectangular glass top. The top is the original greenish glass. The measurements above reflect the coffee table with its top. […]

Brass and Glass Tray-Top Coffee Table by Baker Furniture

USA, 1960s One of Baker Furniture’s well-crafted Hollywood Regency offerings, this coffee table comprises a radiating eight-leg wood and brass base and a scalloped tray top of glass rimmed in solid brass.

[SOLD] Three-Legged Coffee Table Attributed to Gilbert Rohde

USA, 1950s Unique three-legged coffee table with glass racetrack top and brass-capped legs.

[SOLD] Long Teak Coffee Table by Arne Hovmand Olsen

Denmark, 1960s This extra long coffee table features a unique asymmetrical shape and a partial lip around the perimeter.

[SOLD] Double Brass and Glass Coffee Table by Pace Collection

USA, 1970s This 1970s coffee table by Pace Collection comprises two overlapping glass triangles set on brass columns that rise from a curvilinear base — creating a dynamic view from every angle. The lower glass top is 14 inches high, […]

[SOLD] Long John Coffee Table by Edward Wormley for Dunbar

USA, 1950s This table, model 4699, was designed by Edward Wormley and manufactured by Dunbar. It is composed of a soap grain walnut top and bent wood legs. It features one drawer with the original Dunbar table. This table could […]

[SOLD] Coffee Table by Willy Beck with Ceramic Tile-Top by Tue Poulsen

Denmark, 1960s This large coffee table by Willy Beck is beautifully inlaid with handmade tiles by Danish ceramicist Tue Poulsen. One tile is signed “tue” by the artist.

[SOLD]Octagonal Walnut and Travertine Coffee Table by Harvey Probber

United States, 1950s Harvey Probber designed this striking octagonal coffee table in the mid-1950s. The walnut frame features a criss-cross base. Set into its top, eight travertine triangles create a swirling geometric effect.

[SOLD] Italian Coffee Table by Giordano Chiesa for Gio Ponti

Italy, 1953-1954 Beautiful and rare Gio Ponti coffee table. Impressed to underside: [Made in Italy].

[SOLD] Triangular Burl Wood Coffee Table by Edward Wormley for Dunbar

USA, 1950s This coffee table was designed by Edward Wormely and manufactured by Dunbar. It features a burl wood reuleaux triangle top on a mahogany base with brass-capped feet. Original label on underside.

[SOLD]Hand-Painted Asian Writing Table

Unknown, 20th Century This low table is in the form of a scroll and features beautiful, hand-painted, golden designs of a lotus and bird motif.

Glass and Chrome Anaconda Coffee Table by Paul Tuttle

Switzerland, 1970s Designed by Paul Tuttle for Strässle International in the 1970s, the aptly named Anaconda Table features a muscular serpentine chromed steel base and a round glass top. The diameter of the base is 22 inches, while the glass […]

[SOLD] Rare Teak Coffee Table by Johannes Andersen

Denmark, 1950s This rare coffee table by Johannes Andersen has a unique sculptural shape with a functional lower shelf.

[SOLD]Custom Walnut Burlwood Parsons Coffee Table

USA, 1970s This Parsons-style coffee table was made in the 1970s by a Boston, Massachusetts, custom furniture company.  The beautiful walnut burlwood enhances its clean lines.

[SOLD] Saber-Leg Coffee Table by T.H. Robsjohn-Gibbings for Widdicomb

USA, 1950s This mahogany coffee table by T.H. Robsjohn-Gibbings for Widdicomb features a rounded square top, a lower shelf, and sweeping saber-shaped legs.

[SOLD] Teak Coffee Table by Johannes Andersen for CFC Silkeborg

Denmark, 1950s Unique sculptural teak coffee table by Johannes Andersen for CFC Silkeborg.

[SOLD] Travertine and Brass Coffee Table by Paul McCobb

USA, 1950s Designed by Paul McCobb for Directional, this coffee table is composed of a round travertine top and a brass base.

Pace Collection Chrome and Marble Tile Coffee Table

Italy, 1970s This large square coffee table by Pace has four removable marble tiles that are set in a chrome base.

[SOLD] Round Rosewood Coffee Table by Arne Jacobsen

Denmark, 1960s This simple coffee table by Arne Jacobsen features a beautifully grained round rosewood top that sits atop a steel pedestal base.

[SOLD] Three-Leg Side Table by T.H. Robsjohn-Gibbings for Widdicomb

USA, 1950s This small table by T.H. Robsjohn-Gibbings for Widdicomb features a triangular top with curved corners that sits atop three flared legs.

Glass and Lucite Coffee Table by Pace

USA, 1970s This Pace coffee table is composed of a round glass top that sits atop four solid lucite legs. The glass in 36″ in diameter and 3/4″ thick. The lucite legs each have a diameter of 3″.

[SOLD] Rosewood Coffee Table With Extension Trays by Severin Hansen Jr. for Haslev

Denmark, 1960s This long coffee table is made of rosewood with stunning grain. It is by Severin Hansen Jr., and it features two pull-out trays that each measure 13.25″ x 19″.

[SOLD] Patchwork Copper Coffee Table after Silas Seandel

USA, 1970s This large and unique coffee table is covered in patchwork copper that showcases the beauty of the material and the range of brilliant colors it can assume.

[SOLD] Plume Coffee Table by T.H. Robsjohn-Gibbings for Widdicomb

USA, 1950s This coffee table by T.H. Robsjohn-Gibbings features sculptural plumed sides and has been expertly refinished. Original tag on underside of table.

[SOLD] Ebonized Coffee Table by Harvey Probber

USA, 1950s This large, low coffee table has been expertly refinished. With two spacious drawers it provides plenty of storage as well as surface area.

[SOLD]Interlocking Coffee and End Tables by Edward Wormley for Dunbar

USA, 1950s Designed Edward Wormley for Dunbar, this set of interlocking tables, models 5402 and 5403 (originally sold in this configuration as model 5404), features ash frames and formica tops and shelves. The long coffee table has a white top […]

[SOLD]Oak Drop-Leaf Coffee Table by Hans Wegner for GETAMA

Denmark, 1950s Designed by Hans Wegner for GETAMA in the fifties, this solid oak coffee table provides a generous surface space that expands to 62 inches when the curved drop leaves are extended.

[SOLD]Square Rosewood Coffee Table by Finn Juhl for France & Son

Denmark, 1960s Designed by Finn Juhl for France & Son, this small square coffee or side table from the mid-1960s juxtaposes a beautiful rosewood veneer top with aluminium edges and legs.

[SOLD]Acid-Etched Coffee Table by Bernhard Rohne for Mastercraft

USA, 1970s This coffee table by Bernhard Rohne for Mastercraft is composed of a glass top with brass legs and a lacquered wood frame. Acid-etched brass panels with iridescent designs add a decorative element, and elegant cabriole legs bring a […]

Collapsible Exotic Wood Coffee Table by Percival Lafer

Brazil, 1960s Designed by Brazilian modernist Percival Lafer, this coffee table showcases a variety of exotic woods — rosewood, jacaranda, and mahogany. It is topped with glass and its legs fold inward to facilitate shipping and storage.

[SOLD] Teak Coffee Table by Johannes Andersen for CFC Silkeborg

Denmark, 1957 Unique sculptural teak coffee table by Johannes Andersen for CFC Silkeborg.

Glass and Bronze Coffee Table by Roger Sprunger for Dunbar

USA, 1960’s Rounded-edge square plane of glass sits atop the sculptural bronze base of this coffee table designed by Roger Sprunger for Dunbar.

[SOLD] Danish Teak Coffee Table by Jacob Nielsen & Sønner Møbelfabrik

Denmark, 1960’s Large Danish teak coffee table, expertly refinished with the original manufacturer’s stamp on the underside.

Sculptural Glass and Mahogany Coffee Table by Walter Horak

USA, 1983 This unique coffee table is comprised of three individual base sculptures which can be arranged in any configuration. As much a piece of art as it is functional, this table will make a statement in any setting.

Live Edge Redwood Coffee Table

USA, 1970’s This beautiful free form table is solidly built and has a wonderful presence.

[SOLD] Teak Coffee Table by Johannes Andersen for CFC Silkeborg

Denmark, 1957 Unique sculptural teak coffee table by Johannes Andersen for CFC Silkeborg.

Molded Plywood CTW Coffee Table by Eames for Herman Miller

USA, 1960’s Great vintage example of this classic Eames design.

Coffee Table with Magazine Rack and Stools by Edward Wormley for Dunbar

USA, 1950’s This elegant coffee table features two nesting stools and a sizable magazine rack. Stools measure 19.5″L x 12.25″D x 13.5″H.

Rectangular Coffee Table by Richard Schultz for 1966 Collection

USA, designed 1966 This size coffee table is no longer in production. The 1966 collection was designed at the request of Florence Knoll, who wanted well-designed outdoor furnishings that would withstand the corrosive salt air at her home in Florida. […]

[SOLD] Slate and Walnut Coffee/Cocktail Table by Fred Kemp

USA, 1960s Large round polished slate table top on an octagonal walnut base.

[SOLD] Octagonal Glass and Lucite Coffee Table after Kagan

USA, 1970s

[SOLD]Long Danish Ebonized Teak Coffee Table by Dux

Denmark, 1950s Extra long coffee table by Dux has an ebonized top.

YOGA Sculpture Coffee Table by Albert Leon Wilson 1976

USA, 1976 This wonderful whimsical table features a stylized figure in a yoga pose (base is 31″ x 14.5″) holding a 3/4″ thick glass top. Sculpted by Albert Leon Wilson (United States, 1920) from a steel I-beam. He is accredited […]

Bronze And Glass Tree Coffee Table after Jacques Duval Brasseur

USA, 1970’s This unique coffee table features a sculptural flowering tree base with a rounded-edge glass top. The base measures 36″L x 20″D x 16″H.

6′ Steelframe Table Unit by George Nelson for Herman Miller

USA, 1950’s This table is part of the Steelframe Series. Matching Table Lounge Unit and Armchair also available.

[SOLD] Octagonal Travertine and Marble Coffee Table by Harvey Probber

USA, 1950’s This beautiful coffee table has a unique travertine composite top with marble inlays.

[SOLD] Teak and Rattan Coffee Table by Hvidt Molgaard Neilson

Denmark, 1957 This beautiful coffee table has a suspended lower shelf made of rattan.

[SOLD] Teak Coffee Table by Johannes Andersen for CFC Silkeborg

Denmark, 1957 Unique sculptural teak coffee table by Johannes Andersen for CFC Silkeborg.

Glass Coffee table by Saporiti Italia

Italy, 1970’s This striking large, low coffee table features a unique half-cylinder base construction. The base is permanently fixed to the table top with invisible adhesive.

Rare Rosewood Coffee Table by Jorgen and Nanna Ditzel

Denmark, 1960’s Rare and beautiful, this rosewood coffee table is in excellent condition. With two magazine slots as well as a center drawer on each side, this elegant table is a timeless piece.

[SOLD] Long John Table by Edward Wormley for Dunbar

USA, 1950’s Beautiful long low walnut coffee table/bench with bent wood legs by Edward Wormley for Dunbar.

[SOLD] 72″ Slat Bench by George Nelson for Herman Miller

USA, 1960s Beautiful Herman Miller bench in all-original condition.

Glass and Chrome Coffee Table by Leon Rosen for Pace

Italy, 1960’s This coffee table features an angled sculptural chrome base with a 1/2″ thick glass top.

Rare Danish Teak Coffee Table by Jens Quistgaard for Richard Nissen

Denmark, 1950’s This coffee table features a unique stainless steel and teak construction that is Quistgaard’s signature style.

Coffee Table with Two Stools by Edward Wormley for Dunbar

USA, 1960’s This stylish and functional coffee table features a roomy storage shelf as well as two convenient insert stools which are perfect for extra seating. It has been expertly refinished and the stools are reupholstered in Knoll Rivington textile.

[SOLD] Rare Coffee Table by Johannes Andersen

Danish, 1950’s This rare coffee table by Johannes Andersen has a unique sculptural shape with a useful lower shelf.

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