This unique two-tiered burl tree trunk coffee table was made by a Dutch artist in the 1960s.
This unique coffee table by Belgian artist Yann Dessauvages features a base made from brown metal and fossilized wood, surmounted by a glass top.
This unique coffee table by Etienne Allemeersch is made from resin and features a marble inlay. The piece sits on steel legs, is signed on the edge, and was produced in Belgium during the 1970s.
This modernist coffee table was designed by Romeo Rega and was made in Italy. The heavy metal frame features an original black finish with a brass frame. The table has a display cabinet, which can be acessed via the sliding table top, which makes this product unique.
A coffee table designed by E.W. Bach for Toften Møbelfabrik in Denmark during the 1960s. This piece is made out of teak and the shelves and drawers open on both sides. This piece has carved drawer pulls and a unique triangular shaped base.
A coffee table designed by Roger Capron and manufactured in Vallauris, France, circa 1970. This is made of ceramic tiles with a stained wooden base. The top of the table has a unique impressed floral design, making it a highly recognizable Capron piece. In good original condition.
A unique stoneware and wenge coffee table by the acclaimed artist Bjørn Wiinblad, adorned with tiles shifting in color between grey, blue, and green, with a golden yellow overlaying decor set into the table top. The wenge frame features a prominent wood grain.
This coffee table is entirely made of hand-cut slate. This particular work gives the material a unique uneven surface that reflects the light in an unexpected way. The legs of the Paranoid tables, (also completely in stone) intersect with a primitive flavor and their junction point is illuminated by a hand-made binding with copper wire.
A pair of coffee tables in teak by Rolf Middelboe & Gorm Lindum with a bitmap structured table top, made from cubical solid pieces of teak combined to create a structure and pattern. Each table is unique and has a serial number.
This Orio solid wooden table is the result of a unique and careful process that allows the turning of both of the legs and the top. The cut that characterizes the top of the two tables is a functional novelty and allows the insertion and concealment of the electric cable of a lamp or a battery charger, and at the same time highlights the materiality of the wood species used - in this case stained solid walnut.
This Orio solid wooden table is the result of a unique and careful process that allows the turning of both of the legs and the top. The cut that characterizes the top of the two tables is a functional novelty and allows the insertion and concealment of the electric cable of a lamp or a battery charger, and at the same time highlights the materiality of the wood species used - in this case stained solid ash.
This coffee table was designed by Philippe Barbier in France during the 1970s. The large rectangular coffee piece features a thick top with beveled edges, supported by a double geometric base in pink and black marble. The spacer is made from metal. This table was a unique piece, and was part of Barbier´s own private collection.
This shell table was designed by Danny Lane for Fiam/Italy and is marked.This full glass table was manufactured circa 1989 and is fully comprised of handshaped and smoothened thick glass, which hence makes each table unique. The design is in the tradition of Fontana Arte and Max Ingrand. The condition is very good with no scratches or chips.
This fractal acrylic lucite coffee table was made in the 1970s by Pierre Giraudon in France. The piece features a round top made with black resin filled with clear champagne-to-gold colored resin pieces, and sits on chromed feet. Every piece from Giraudon is hand-made and unique.
Pure in both form and materiality, Stanhope pairs the most refined metal finishes with a range of exquisitely rare British marbles. The customer is invited to hand-select the stone slab from which the top will be crafted. Each iteration is a truly unique creation and many of the available marbles will never be carried again. Available in bespoke sizes, the table can be prepared with a square or circular top and can be produced as a dining table. Please contact Pamono for options.
- This artisanal coffee table features a hand-painted parchment top - The table top represents the Aegean sea and the adjoining countries of the Roman Empire during the Roman period - It is signed with the title Gran Desierto (Great or Large Desert) - The wrought iron frame has decorations and is shaped - It is most likely a unique piece, thought to come from Spain - The production is thought to be around the late 1940s to early 1950s
One of the most remarkable creations from the architecture and design studio Privatiselectionem, this is the 1969 low table, a perfect cocktail table to put you in the space oddity mood. The surface finish is made of resin and designed with a smaller over ring inside the larger oval design. The inner ring highlights sparkles in deep crimson tones which play well as a reflection on light. This is an incredibly unique design piece of art, aptly named 1969.
An early example of a Paul Kingma´s sober coffee tables. Paul Kingma traveled extensively in search of unusual materials, both naturally occurring and industrially produced. He combined materials used in architecture like stone, metal and concrete, with rich varied materials as brass, copper, glass or ceramic. All his tables are unique pieces, usually specially commissioned. This piece features stones tiles combined with dark stone. This is an early Kingma table, produced in 1963 just two years...