Italy 1940 Rare 1940’s walnut and oak two drawers and nickel-plated feet desk design by Gio Ponti, (1891-1979). Gio Ponti, byname of Giovanni Ponti (born Nov. 18, 1891, Milan, Italy—died Sept. 15, 1979, Milan) Italian architect and designer associated with the development of modern architecture and modern Industrial Design in
United States circa 1970s Sculptural brass eagle feet side table cover with mother-of-pearl and white resin finish. Condition GOOD Measurements Height: 22 in. Width/Length: 20 in. Depth: 16 in. Specifications Number of items: 1 Reference: LU82544838663
Huge 1940s, Italian mahogany, walnut with French polish finish conference table L-shaped and large extension. Nine legs cover with veneer on solid oak and brass inlay attributed to Guglielmo Ulrich. Dimension: L-shaped: 285" by 316" H 33", D 31" Extension: 259" H 33", D 31"
An amazing vintage Paul Evans custom patchwork dining table. It has two large 24" wide leaves. Table as configured with the two leaves installed measures 102" wide x 54" deep. Table can be set up without the two leaves to form a dynamic hexagonal (six sided) table measuring
An amazing Charles Hollis Jones bullet dining table. Base is made of nickel-plated steel with a whimsical Lucite sphere enclosed in the center of the table. Lucite top is 1.25 inches thick. Base is signed by the designer.
WROUGHT IRON TABLE 22K GOLD LEAF ENTRY TABLE WITH MARBLE TOP BY RAYMOND SUBES biography: (FRENCH 1893-1970) SUBES IS ONE OF THE MOST RENOWNED FRENCH METALWORKER OF THE ART DECO PERIOD. HE BECAME DIRECTOR OF THE METAL WORKSHOP, BRODEREL & ROBERT, A MAJOR ARCHITECTURAL CONSTRUCTION COMPANY, IN 1919. MOST OF
FRENCH 1960'S MAGNIFICENT DINING TABLE NONE AS "TABLE ROYALE" WITH ON LEAF.RECTRACTABLE DINING TABLE FOLDED FOR STORAGE, AND OPEN WITHOUT LEAF, CIRCA 1950-1960. SEE ILLUSTRATION ON "JANSEN FURNITURE" PAGE 232 BY JAMES ARCHER ABBOTT.