Hollywood Regency Faux Bamboo Dining Table in Aluminum and Brass: 1970s
This chic Hollywood-Regency style faux-bamboo dining table with its glass top and (hollow) 2" diameter legs in polished aluminum and polished solid-brass rings was created in the 1970s. This piece can be used as a desk or dining table and comfortably seats six people. The glass top is a recent replacement and is in excellent condition.
Pace Collection Dining Table
Leon Rosen for Pace Collection dining table. Glass top is 3/4" thick with a 1" beveled edge on two glass or chrome pedestals.
Rare Art Deco Style Round Dining or Center Table, Chrome & Brass by Karl Springer
This substantial and handsome Art Deco style table was designed and created by the iconic designer Karl Springer. Here Springer has captured the streamlined essence of the deco period of the 1920s with its cobra-like-posed tripod legs surmounted on a plinth base all of which support a 3/4" piece glass with a 3" eisglas etched detail. This piece would make for the perfect dining table or perhaps as a center table.
French, Art Deco Wooden Rectangular Extension Dining Table
This Art Deco dining table is the perfect size for a narrow dining room and yet with its leaves installed the table can easily seat eight to ten people. The wood has a soft, golden coloration in a soft mahogany with an inset grid pattern medallion in the center of the table.