This industrial table was produced in the period 1940-1950. It is made from curved metal legs with a wooden table top.
This dining table from the 1970s features a frame in chrome-plated tubular metal.
This Dutch dining table features a black metal base and a white laminated top.
This dining table comes from the 1950s and features a red formica top and a white tubular metal frame.
This translucent glass and chrome dining table was produced during the 1960s in Germany. The frame is made from chromed metal and supports an 8mm thick glass top.
- Burr walnut dining table with chromed metal legs and faux suede - Black painted metal sides - Stamped La Metal Arredo Paderno D. Milano - Six matching chairs
- In 1967 Willy Van Der Meeren designed the HBK Bank Building in Antwerp - He designed the furniture as well - This table was designed for the cafetaria - It was produced just in a small edition - The table top is made of white Formica - The central base is made of black lacquered metal and finished with folded metal
Round table designed by the Belgian designer Alfred Hendrickx for Belform. The table has a chrome base and a white formica top.
This dining table originates from a refectory/canteen in the 1960s. It has a white table top and grey motifs with black rubber corners. The structure is made from bright blue painted tubular metal.
This folding dining table was made in Bohemia in the 1930s by Robert Slezak. The table features a chrome-plated metal base and a dark stained oak top. The table length after unfolding is 170 cm.
This round dining table was designed by Bruno Mathsson and manufactured by Dux Sweden. It features a white wooden top and wide metal hairpin legs.
Kembo dining table, designed by W.H. Gispen in the 1950s, and featuring a black metal frame and a white/grey formica top. The table is in a good used original condition.
This 4993 table was manufactured by Kartell in 1966. It features a chalice-shaped structure functioning as support to the circular tabletop and is connected with a metal ring to the support base. This is formed by an inverted chalice that fans out into a four-pointed star resting on the ground. It was designed for the residence attached to the Hotel Gritti in Venice. The series was composed of model numbers: 4991, 4992, 4993, 4994, 4995, and 4996. It features white polyester resin reinforced...
This dining table designed by Alessandro Albrizzi has an octagon shaped glass top and lucite supports connected with chrome and brass elements. There are some small spots on the chrome.
- A round table by Hein Salomonson for AP Originals - It has a white formica top on the metal frame with black plastic ends - The design is from the 1950s - This piece was likely produced during the 1960s - The table has the original label on the bottom
Sous son allure sobre , cette table à manger dispose d'un plateau laqué assorti de finitions délicates pour un résultat en toute finesse . Caractéristiques techniques: Plateau: MDF Piètement: Hêtre massif & acier 4 couverts Finition: Laqué blanc Dimensions: L120xP75xH75 cm La texture fine du MDF (Medium Density Fiberboard) en fait un matériau esthétique et résistant , par l'alliance de la fibre de bois et de synthétique, qui sont soumis à des...
This dining table with a chromed base and smoked glass top was designed by Giotto Stoppino. The set includes four chairs with bent chrome metal frames and black leather cushions for the seat and the backs. The pieces were produced in Italy during the 1970s. The chair dimensions are below, and the table measures 120 cm in length, and 74 cm in height.