Audoux-Minet, Pair of bedside tables with his lamp. Wicker and bamboo, circa 1970, France. Height: 57 cm, width 45 cm, depth: 34 cm. Lamp: Height: 30 cm, diameter 16 cm.
Table in hourglass shape. Wooden trays and metal structure, Glass hourglass, circa 1970, France. Measures: Height: 71 cm, diameter: 50 cm.
Pair of coffee table, wood, circa 1980, France. Measures: Height 61 cm, diameter 44 cm.
Angelo Mangiarotti, marble table model M1 T70 Skipper, Two pieces construction of round, 3 cm thick tabletop and solid diabolic foot, White Carrara marble, circa 1969, Italy. Measure: Height 73 cm, diameter 130 cm, foot diameter 30 cm.
Pierluigi Cerri for Fontana Arte, Pair of petist pedestal tables, glass, lacquered metal and iron legs, circa 1980, Italy. Measures: Height 65 cm, diameter 36 cm.
Pierluigi Cerri for Fontana Arte, Small table, glass, lacquered metal and iron legs, circa 1980, Italy. Measures: Height: 65 cm, diameter: 36 cm.
Romeo Rega, Pedestal table, Steel and gilded brass, smoked glass top, circa 1970, Italy. Measures: Height 72 cm, diameter 1m20.
Attributed to Franco Albini (1905-1977), Dining table (four covers without extension, eight with extensions), Rosewood, iron and gilded brass, circa 1970, Italy. Round table without extension: Diameter 120 cm, height 74 cm, Table with extensions: Length 182 cm, width 118 cm, height 74 cm.
Hans Bellmann, Manufacture Horgen-Glarus, set of ten Dining tables. Wood and metal structure, circa 1970, Switzerland. Measures: Height 77cm, width 70 cm, depth 70 cm.
Piero Fornasetti (1913-1988), table "Archittetura." In neoclassical architecture and decoration compass, Wood (lithographically decorated), blackened aluminum, circa 1960, Italy, Signed Fornasetti Milano. Measures: Height: 75 cm, diameter: 115 cm.
Pedestal tripod, wood and painting under glass in imitation of hard stone, working venetian. circa 1960, Italy. Measures: Height: 65 cm, width 50 cm, depth: 37 cm.
Aldo Tura (1909-1963), gueridon, Steel, wood and parchment, Circa 1950, Italy. Measures: Height: 73 cm diameter: 120 cm.
Piero Fornasetti (1913-1988), Piedestal, "Pyramide humaines", Wood lacquered and steel foot, signed under the top FORNASETTI MILANO (logo), Circa 1960, Italy. Measures: Height: 80 cm, diameter: 115 cm.
Piero Fornasetti Table with antic medallions, Metal polish screen printed and colorful decor with applications of gold leaf, Production Fornasetti, Circa 1990, Italy. Measures: Height: 75 cm, diameter: 115 cm.
Meret Oppenheim, Gueridon, Silver wood and silver brass feet, Simon Edition, Cassina, stamped under the top, Circa 2010, Italy. Measures: Height: 65 cm, width: 53 cm, Length: 63 cm