Furniture - Coffee Tables
A set of three GPlan teak tables which slide under each other completely to form a nest.
We have given them a lift with three cool colours in polished edge glass to make them contemporary and at the same time more practical with a wipe clean surface. Largest table is 43cm deep x 53cm wide x 49cm and the others are smaller to slide underneath. Condition is very good and sound with solid teak frames.
The very popular coffee table from GPlan, this Brandon range table is made from oak with a slot in glass top, a handy magazine/book shelf and a drawer which slides open on both sides. It ticks a lot of boxes for mid-century style and practicality. Size 89 wide x 40cm deep x 41cm high.
The best condition example of this style to pass through our hands, this coffee table lived in a lounge which was only ever used on visits by the Queen. Remarkable for over 60 years of age and a very typical 50s cool linear design on the glass top! Magazine under-shelf, black painted legs and brass feet and a black and gold edge trim. Size 129cm x 82cm x 74cm high.
A really distinctive piece from the late 60s/early 70s, this table is a real eye catching piece, with a strong and appealing aesthetic. The frame is made from a birch veneered ply formed to a pleasing flowing circular design. Three pieces of toughened glass are held in the frame to form a circle with three strut/leg supports. The centre section features a clever detail as the circular 'shelf' has three adjustable heights to hold a large vase of flowers at the lowest, a bowl of fruit or glass vase etc. at the middle or highest. Size 94cm glass diameter (legs add extra 4cm each) x 42cm high.