Two leaves, each measuring 18″, give a total extension of 36″ to length of table. Rosewood, walnut and ash. Great Mid-Century piece. Stamped on the bottom of the table, 1961.
In a smaller footprint, this console table has a great look. Chrome and brass finish with glass top. Overall in excellent shape. Height to the top of table is 30.25″.
Mid-Century Modern design. Brass cap feet.
Hard to find beautiful pair of Mid-Century Modern lounge chairs in “as found” condition.
Solid walnut frames and cane panels are in excellent shape. In need of new upholstery.
Mid-Century Modern Brutalist coffee by Lane. Japanese inspired design. Architectural shape bottom and fretwork wood veneer top in very good shape with minor nicks and chips on corners as expected with table of its age.
These are the indoor/outdoor version of the Classic Knoll Bertoia chairs, circa 1980s. Only four chairs have plastic glides at bottom of legs. Each chair show different wear and tear but nothing major to mention. They are all consistent with age and use as one would expect.