A handsome occasional table with clean, elegant lines. It forms part of DAVDSON’s original collection of Art Deco-inspired designs that was originally launched in the early-’90s, but which live on today. It works particularly well with the Grace Dining Table, the Albany Console and the Hanover Side Cabinet.
The table was originally designed in high-gloss Macassar ebony, in line with the Art Deco feel of the piece, with a beautifully-crafted quartered top, and shiny collar and feet in polished nickel.
The table consists of a rectangular top that sits on a square, tapered pedestal base, with polished nickel collar and stepped detail, that stands on a facetted base with polished nickel feet.
The table can be made in custom sizes, as shown here on this example with a larger tabletop and reduced height in high-gloss American black walnut.
Both collar and feet are optional and available in nickel, brass, antiqued brass or bronze.
At DAVIDSON, we are known for our beautiful wood finishes. From hand-tinted sycamores, walnut, oak and Macassar ebony, to gleaming metallics, fine gilding, lacquered vellums and shagreen, our lacquering process has been perfected by expert craftsmen for more than 20 years. Choose from our wide range of finest quality timbers and lacquers that can be applied to any piece in our collection for a flawless, lasting finish that suits your own particular taste.
In addition to our catalogue of more than 200 furniture items, we are delighted to offer a bespoke design service at DAVIDSON. Customers can either have modifications made to pieces from our existing collection or commission an entirely new design based on their own specifications. Talk to one of our expert consultants who will be able to help you create a piece of furniture that’s truly one of a kind.
At DAVIDSON, we are committed to supporting British craftsmanship and, in particular, reviving heritage techniques. Indeed, it’s this balance of traditional skills and modern innovations that makes our products the envy of the world. Find out more about how we are keeping alive these much-prized ancient crafts.