Crafted of wood reclaimed from old barrels and topped with glass, this coffee table is versatile enough in style and design to work with any decor.
Founded nearly 50 years ago, Sarreid began as a go-to resource for antiques with a distinctive style. It wasn’t long before the company started to add its own designs into the mix, adapting time-honored techniques of master craftsmen to create unique treasures for the modern home. Known for enduring style and quality, Sarreid’s timeless products are destined to become tomorrow’s classics.
French-style coffee table. The table top is beveled
with a serpentine edge and inset with six leaded glass etched panels. Leaded glass lays under flat tabletop glass. The frame has a carved skirt and stands on cabriole legs and scrolled ...
A sophisticated focal point for the bedroom or
living space, this Regency-style coffee table really shines with a sleek, silver-leaf frame and tiered glass surfaces. Finished with delicate ball feet and a suspended apron.
Brutalist-style coffee table in the style of Paul
Evans and Silas Seandel, with clear glass top. Sculpted with mottled textures and torch-cut details. The base has tortoiseshell-style pattern and an interesting shape. Base, 35.5"L x 16"W x 15.25"H. Minor wear. ...