Milo Baughman Parsons Low Burl Wood Coffee Table

A large and low Parsons style coffee table by Milo Baughman. Circa 1960s, this table represents a classic mid-century aesthetic with modern and clean lines. This table has gorgeous booked burl wood veneers throughout, and will complement a variety of interiors. 

Recently restored with a low sheen satin finish, this table is in very good to excellent condition, with clean edges and no significant chips or cracks. Wear is consistent with age of table, with no visible scratches. A beautiful example of mid-century modern by a iconic designer of the era. 48 inches square and 10 inches high. Condition: Very Good. Price: $3,500. Inquire about this item.

Milo Baughman Burl Wood Bar Cart

This is a beautiful bar cart in chrome and burl wood by Milo Baughman, c. 1960s. Gorgeous veneer burl wood shelves are connected to chrome flat bars. The cart or trolley is supported by castors and has a glass center shelf for glasses or other items. Two extending drawers faced in formica add additional space for serving. 

The veneer burl wood has been restored and the chrome is without pitting or discoloration. Condition: Excellent. Price: $3,500. Inquire about this item.

Estelle & Erwine Laverne Marble Dining Table, 54 inch custom size

A dining table from Erwine & Estelle Laverne for Laverne International, c. 1950s. The NYC based husband and wife design team created this Carrara marble top with a 1.25 inch bullnose sitting atop four chrome legs. The legs appear to come through the table marked with four chrome discs. The weight and presence of the marble is impressive - a statement piece in any room. The 54 inch version of this table was a custom size and can seat 4-6 comfortably. The legs attach to the underside of the table and can be adjusted for leveling purposes.

The marble top table has been professionally cleaned, polished and sealed to its original high gloss finish. There are minor stuns and light marks to the table, all consistent with the age and do not detract. The chrome legs are bright and in good condition, the lower two inches with wear as noted in the photos. 

A classic mid-century table to complement a variety of styles and decor. Condition: Very Good. Price: $6,000. Inquire about this item.

Charles and Ray Eames La Fonda Side Table in Slate

This is a rare slate topped La Fonda side table designed by Charles and Ray Eames for Herman Miller. This table design was originally conceived for the La Fonda del Sol restaurant in NYC. The designer, Alexander Girard, commissioned Eames to design the furniture for the restaurant. The now iconic base was used throughout, including the design of this side table. This particular example is c. 1960s, with an earlier base.

The polished aluminum table base has wear consistent with the age, the photos show the overall condition with scratches on one leg with nicks on other areas. The cleft slate table top has been professionally cleaned and sealed. There is one deeper scratch to the table top as noted in the photos. All four white glides are intact, and mounts are sturdy.

A stand out table to complement a variety of decors or any mid-century collection. Condition: Good. Price: $2,200. Inquire about this item.

Burlwood Console Table for Pace Collection

This is a gorgeous burl wood and chrome console deck for the Pace Collection, c. 1970s. A beautiful example of booked burlwood on both the desk top and drawer fronts. With two drawers and perfect proportions, this console is at home in a variety of decors. Pace Collection is known for their quality of design and craftsmanship and this console is no exception. 
This particular table has been refinished on the table top to return the burlwood to its original condition. The chromed steel is also in excellent condition with only minor scuffs appropriate to the age of the piece. 
This console will be sure to be a stand out in any room or foyer, with quality that will last for many years to come. Condition: Excellent. Price: $3,200. Inquire about this item.

Eames Elliptical "Surfboard" ETR Coffee Table

This is an early Eames Elliptical ETR coffee table for Herman Miller, c. 1950s. Dubbed the "surfboard" table due to its similarity, this table utilizes the Elliptical Table Rod (ETR) base in zinc chromate to produce an elegant and practical design. 

This particular example is in fair vintage condition with wear appropriate to its age including many scratches to the mica, chips on the edges and a patina that demonstrates the use of the product over many decades. The vintage condition enhances the look of this table and would be at home in a variety of eclectic and vintage interiors that emphasize the vintage nature of a piece in this condition. Please note the the condition in the photos. Overall an impressive piece that will attract attention in any room. Condition: Fair. Price: $1,000. Inquire about this item.

Eero Saarinen Side Table for Knoll

This is a vintage marble top Tulip side table by Knoll. Constructed of a Carrara marble top and a cast aluminum base, this is the iconic shape designed by Eero Saarinen. This particular example is c. mid 1960s and purchased as part of an estate auction which included a Knoll Tulip dining table and chairs. The photos identify the issues of this table which are considered appropriate with the age of this piece. The oval marble top has excellent veining with no chips or cracks, the off white base with minor finish loss on one edge. 

The table can be integrated into a variety of decors, as well as an excellent addition to any mid-century collection.  Condition: Very Good. Price: $1,400.  SOLD.

Laccio Table by Marcel Breuer

This is the smaller Laccio table by Marcel Breuer. Designed in the 1920s, Breuer experimented with tubular steel and created a series of tables and chairs, this model could be nested with a larger table to accompany Breuer's Wassily chair. This table is tubular chromed steel with an off-white laminate top.

This table is most likely from Gavina, c. 1960s, the company authorized to produce the table prior to Gavina being purchased by Knoll in the late 1960s. While the foil label is no longer present, the construction, age and wear is consistent with the time period and construction by Gavina. 

This table is in good condition, with bright chrome, and issues noted in the photos. A nice example and fantastic design that can be incorporated into a variety of decors.  Condition: Good.  Price: $450.  SOLD.

Rosewood and Chrome Pedestal Console Table

A beautiful rosewood and chrome pedestal table, c. 1960s or 1970s. American, possibly by Milo Baughman, this table has lightened to a warm brown color. The table has two chrome faced front drawers with rosewood lining. Repaired, lightly restored and refinished, the table can add drama to an entry or hallway in addition to a variety of living areas. Condition: Very good. Price: $2,500. Inquire about this item.