Rare Amorphic Cocktail Table by Paul Laszlo. USA c. 1955
Studio-built cocktail table of walnut with two large scale cylinder bases. This piece was custom made for a private commission and bears the Laszlo Studio metal label on the underside of the top. An great example of Laszlo’s post war work, and an iconic mid-century form. h. 15” w. 54” d. 30”
“Generation,” Sculptural Table by Philip & Kelvin LaVerne USA c. 1964
One of only two examples ever made of this table. An extraordinary sculptural creation, exploring several of the techniques the LaVerne’s were known to employ. Two cast bronze figures, connected at bottom and mid point by abstract-formed bronze base and table top. The cast elements were done with a lost wax method. Both flat plains have beautiful torched surfaces. One example if this table is pictured (without the bottom base) on the cover of “Philip & Kelvin LaVerne: Sculpture III”. h1. 36” h2. 19” w. 66” d. 24”
Cocktail Table by Gio Ponti for M. Singer & Sons Italy c. 1956 Model #2137, sculptural walnut bass and a travertine top. A great example of Ponti's post-war design for the American market. h. 15" w. 60" d. 17"
"Jobim 276," Limited Edition Cocktail Table by Ghiora Aharoni United States 2015
Edition of 8. Wide-band, heavy-gauge steel frame with wide-rounded corners and sleigh feet. Black powder coating and inset wire-mesh glass. Available in two sizes, each in a separate edition. This listing is for the smaller of the two sizes. Each table is signed and numbered and made here in NYC. Lead time 8-10 weeks. h. 15" w. 60" d. 24"
"Wave Crest," Unique Studio Made Cocktail Table by Philip & Kelvin LaVerne United States c. 1972
Extraordinary, handmade abstract bronze form with overall textured surface. This particular treatment was created by meticulously dripping solder over the surface of the piece, a technique that was rarely ever used by the LaVernes. This is one of the best examples of their work we have ever seen come onto the market. Wave Crest illustrates the strength of the LaVernes' prowess as studio sculptors. Signed on base. Base dimensions are 50"x 21" h. 15.5" w. 60" d. 26.5"
“Jobim 276,” Large-scale, Limited Edition Cocktail Table by Ghiora Aharoni United States 2015
Edition of 8. Wide-band, heavy-gauge steel frame with wide-rounded corners and sleigh feet. Black powder coating and inset wire-mesh glass. Available in two sizes, each in a separate edition. This listing is for the larger of the two sizes. Each table is signed and numbered and made here in NYC. Lead time 8-10 weeks. h. 15" w. 60" d. 36"
"Caori," Cocktail Table by Vico Magistretti Italy c. 1968
Produced by Gavina, this great table rests on a central pedestal, and has black lacquered wood and brushed stainless steel. Top center lifts up to reveal central storage and there is additional storage on all four sides. Very stylish and practical piece. h. 15.75" w. 50" d. 37.75"
Good condition. Lacquered wood is in excellent condition. Stainless top shows dings and wear.
Rare Cocktail Table by Duilio Barnabè for Fontana Arte Italy c. 1956
Slab crystal top with irregular, chipped edges. Verre églomisé decoration with a primitive motif. Dark mahogany legs, carved in a reverse taper. Etched signature in the glass. These tables were only in production for a few years and were rarely made with wood bases. h. 14.75" w. 49.5" d. 20"
Rare Cocktail Table by Roger Capron France c. 1970
Beautiful top with an abstract "sun" pattern. Mosaic of black tiles surrounding a colorful palette. Black iron base. This larger size is quite rare for Capron's work, as is the design of the top. h. 15" w. 48" d. 24"
Contemporary, made per order, large-scale cocktail table from the "Atlante" series. Sculptural bronze base with curved tapering legs and stretcher. Rectangular glass top. Impressed signature to bronze. Lead time: 12 to 15 weeks. h. 17.5" w. 66" d. 32"
"Talisman," Rare Cocktail Table Bases by Philip & Kelvin LaVerne United States c. 1964
Very rare architectural bronze bases ideally suited to create a single cocktail table, but with the possibility of other arrangements. All four pieces feature Asian motifs symbolizing "happiness" & "longevity", each with artist signature. h. 16" w. 10" d. 10"
"Repose," Rare Studio Table by Philip & Kelvin LaVerne United States c. 1974
Cast-bronze base in the form of a reclining woman on a shaped plinth. Entwining bronze rope surrounds the figure, and supports a free form glass top. Signed on base. From an edition of no more than four. h. 15.75" w. 44" d. 28"
Large-Scale, Custom Side Table by Paul Laszlo United States c. 1950
White-lacquered wood. Architectural form with glass top, recessed front compartment, and brushed metal legs. *Although this design dates back to the 1950s, this particular table was executed ca. 1966 for a private residence in Beverly Hills, California. h. 24" w. 36" d. 33"
Rare Cocktail Table by Roger Capron France c. 1970
Low rectangular form with rounded corners and cylindrical legs of mahogany. Top inset with irregular pattern of ceramic tiles. Alternating high gloss white with unglazed natural finish. h. 10.75" w: 38.5" d. 26.75"
"The Muses," One-off Circular Table by Philip & Kelvin LaVerne United States c. 1968
Single commission, studio-made table with a circular bronze top, torched finish and etched figures of goddesses and muses. The diameter of the top and the presence of a fluted column base make this form completely one-of-a-kind. The etchings represent varied art forms and are meant to show the important role that the classics played in early Greece. h. 18" diam. 32"