Design Institute of America round chrome coffee table
with glass top. Decorated with two round black with white veined marble balls. Signed and numbered "D.I.A." on the underside, original metal manufacture's label intact.
Alessandro Gabrielli Gambalogna for Baker ming-style coffee table.
Lacquered in a creamy taupe color with the original goatskin covered top. Ming shaped feet curve gracefully underneath to support the table. Hand-restored by Mission Avenue Studio.
Early-20th-century Georgian-style solid mahogany drop-leaf coffee table with
hand-rubbed lacquer finish by Beacon Hill. Beacon Hill was an early-20th-century Boston-based maker of luxury furniture goods using only the finest materials and craftsmanship. Top closed, 22"L.