Steel-framed custom dining table with glass top made by a Magnavox television designer. USA, circa 1950.
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Large double-pedestal figured walnut top expandable dining table
by Heritage with three large skirted leaves for a length between 71"L-137"L. Carved base and shaped top with banded burl and figured walnut inlay decoration. Marked "Heritage" on the underside of the ...
This dining table features a square steel base
that manages to lend a sense of structure while still feeling light and open. We love how it's topped with a piece of round clear glass, which plays with the geometry of ...