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  • Sebastian Herkner Bell Coffee Table
    The Bell Coffee Table by Sebastian Herkner turns our perceptual habits on their head, using the lightweight, fragile material of glass as a base for a solid brass or steel pedestal and black lacquered crystal glass top that seems to float above. Hand-blown in the traditional manner using a wooden mold, the transparent tinted glass base asserts a sculptural presence recalling the elegant curving silhouette of a bell, contrasting intriguingly with the solid metal frame on top. With its appealing reflective surface and different materials, the coffee table celebrates the artisanal tradition and adds a distinctive touch to domestic interiors. Each table is handmade, meaning that small bubbles or bumps in the glass are a characteristic feature.
  • Shiraleah Knox 20-inch Modern Glass Table Lamp
    This sophisticated glass table lamp perfectly blends contemporary finishes with traditional styles. The Knox lamp is crafted with a delicate, 3-orb glass base and a clean white linen/ PVC shade. Completed with a line switch, this lamp measures 20 inches high and requires a 60-watt light bulb. Details: Glass base Linen/ PVC lamp shade Indoor setting Steel finish One (1) light Requires one (1) 60-watt bulb Line switch Measures 20 inches high x 6-inch diameter base x 16.5-inch diameter shade Color: Clear.
  • Palecek Triton Stone Coffee Table
    With sculptural allure, Palecek's Triton Stone coffee table offers a grand, faceted silhouette to modern spaces. Champagne marble creates a polished look on this geometric furnishing. 39.75"W x 39.75"D x 16"H. Champagne marble tile inlaid over fiberglass.
  • Abbyson Living Burnham Clear Glass Table Lamp
    A chic glass base adds dimension and style to this set of two Abbyson Living table lamps. Stainless steel bases add durability and extra shine to these versatile lamps. Setting: Indoor Fixture Material: Glass, metal Fixture finish: Clear Includes: Two (2) lamps Shades: Ivory cotton Socket switch Number of lights: 1 Requires one (1) 150-watt bulb (not included) Dimensions: 28 inches high x 15 inches wide x 15 inches deep
  • Tom Dixon Fan Chair Natural
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    Natural oak wood spindled lounge chair from Tom Dixon.. The Fan Chair is made from steam bent ash wood with a clear lacquer stain finish.. The chair is a stylish and contemporary representation of the traditional British Windsor Chair.. Includes meticulously turned oak wood spindles with round floor base to produce slat silhouette figure.. Comes with a round black leather seating pad.. The elegant piece will make a concentrated and refined addition to your interior.. Also available in other finishes.
  • Ercol Originals Chairmakers Chair
    Design by Lucian Ercolani.By Ercol. As the pinnacle of the Windsor Chair making, the Originals Chairmakers Chair demonstrates the high quality craftsmanship of Ercol. Characterized by a rounded and supportive backrest that's detailed with spindles, armrests that gently extend from the backrest, and a traditional base updated with a curved support, the modern chair takes classical aspects of a traditional, British chair and modernizes them. Needless to say the amount of craftsmanship that goes into creating such a chair; via a steam bending process, the grooved wood piece that crosses the back rest and extends into the armrests uses 40-45 different manufacturing process alone. Though traditional in silhouette, the timeless design of the Originals Chairmakers Chair has proven itself to still be relevant. Update your space with enduring design. Product Features: Suitable for residential and commercial use
  • JT Lighting Brushed Nickel with Clear Glass Table Lamp
    A simple, classy table lamp featuring glass base design. The simple design of this lamp is sure to complement a variety of decors. Cast a beautiful light in any room in your home with this glass table lamp. A linen drum shade lends a contemporary look to this fixture, while the clear glass base and brushed nickel accents offer sophisticated elegance. A socket switch allows for effortless operation of this stunning table lamp. Setting: Indoor Finish: Brushed nickel Shades: Light grey linen hard back round shade Socket switch Number of lights: One (1) Required number of bulbs: One (1) type A socket bulb 3 way 150-watt max (not included) Shade dimensions: 11 inches high x 16 inches wide Dimensions: 30.5 inches high x 16 inches wide
  • Modern Silver Base Coffee Table
    A sleek, polished wood top and a contrasting base in gleaming metal combine, giving the Modern Silver Base Coffee Table a lean, sophisticated appearance. Long and low, its look is one of uncluttered refinement. Perfect for pairing with similarly finished pieces such as the Croix side table, it makes a welcome addition to the contemporary home. Wood top. Polished metal base. Sleek espresso finish on top.
  • Emporium Home Traverse Cream Console Table
    The ultra-modern Traverse cream console by Emporium Home makes a compelling statement in polished interiors. Juxtaposed with a clean-lined top and sides, S-shaped open shelves stun with sleek contemporary style. Metallic brass rods support this wood furnishing's unique frame for added depth and dimension. 57"W x 20"D x 34"H. Wood with antique white stain, satin brass-finished metal.
  • Thos. Moser Continuous Arm Chair
    Since Tom Moser first introduced the Continuous Arm Chair some four decades ago, it has become our signature piece and has consistently remained on our Top 10 best seller list. Taking roughly two years to perfect, this classic chair embodies our enduring commitment to functionally driven quality objects, formal simplicity, the elimination of ornamentation and the celebration of traditional materials through craftsmanship. To form the arms eleven knife-cut slices of the same board just one-tenth of an inch thick, called flitch, are laminated together. Then each continuous arm is painstakingly rasped, filed and sanded to a perfect smoothness. Learn more about this iconic design below... The Origin The continuous arm chair is a Windsor chair, a design that originated in England in the 1700s for use as garden furniture. Some people think the name Windsor came from the castle of the same name. One thing for certain, the original Windsor chairs were large, heavy (thus, hard to move around) but offered a good deal of comfort, which is the chief reason the style endured. In about 1750, Rhode Island cabinetmakers came up with the idea of making the arm and the back of the chair from a single piece of hickory or ash, two types of wood that lend themselves to being steam bent and curved. While undoubtedly beautiful and comfortable, the Continuous Arm Chair took tremendous skill and patience to make, because of the need to form a compound curve with right angle bends. In the early 1970s, Tom Moser set out to create a new generation of Continuous Arm Chair. It took him many years to perfect the design. He made the first prototypes for the back of the chair out of copper plumbing pipes, because they were easily bent and held their shape. Once he got the form just right, he created a wooden prototype and began experimenting with lamination and bending techniques. As Tom recalls, "Originally I used wedges, then I used a cams and straps to create the right pressure to form the bend. It still wasn't right, so I employed a stainless steel strap with a couple of arms that came off a logging truck and some ratchets. Finally, I graduated to using air pressure. The whole process took years, a little piece at a time." By the late 1970s, the Thos. Moser Continuous Arm Chair was ready to make its debut. Judging from the reception the chair received from our customers, it was well worth the effort. How it's Made The continuous arm in our signature chair is created using flitch-cut cherry. The process involves quartering and steaming sections of logs, then slicing them into tenth-inch thick strips. Because the strips are cut with a knife, not a saw, no saw dust is created and the strength of the board is preserved. Hence, when you glue the pieces back together, they are just as they grew in the tree. The beauty is that while it retains the appearance of a solid wood, the continuous arm is actually comprised of eleven different layers. It takes a tremendous amount of hand work to shape each continuous arm, because it's shape is oval in at the top, becomes round, then U-shaped with a flat surface where it meets the arms. Each arm is trimmed, then filed by hand using a course file called a horse rasp, then a finer rasp, and finished with a hand sander. Even the holes are drilled by eye. The Continuous Arm Chair also includes other refinements, such as a highlight (raised section) that runs around the back of the chair, where the spindles join the seat. The spindles extend all the way through the seat and are wedged top and bottom, making them not only aesthetically pleasing, but easily repaired, should the need ever arise. The spindles are so finely tuned, you can pluck them the way you would with a string on a harp and they should resonate at the same frequency. One more well considered detail of the Continuous Arm Chair are its legs. Most Windsor chairs have stretchers that connect the legs to one another. Often times, the stretchers get creaky and tend to loosen. In addition, they are dust collectors and prevent th
  • Pom Table Lamp
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    The Pom table lamp is a stunning piece of art with an art glass base featuring a rich burgundy tone, and to take it over the top a linen shade with a beautiful crystal finial finishes the look of this stylish accent lamp. Light Bulb Type: Incandescent Lighting Type: Table Lamp Product Features: UL Listed Material: Art Glass, Chrome, Fabric, Crystal, Metal, Steel, Wire Lamp Type: Desk Lamp, Accent Lamp, Table Lamp Height: 20 in to 23 in Switch Type: Socket Switch Number of Light: 1 Light Bulb Wattage: 100 W Shade Material: Fabric, Linen, Metal Light Direction: Multi-directional Setting: Indoor Width: 16 in or less Lighting Style: Casual, Contemporary, Modern, Transitional Exact Color: Burgundy Finish: Glass Finish, Cherry Finish Color: Red
  • Knoll Platner 36 Inch Coffee Table In Gold
    Design by Warren Platner, 1962By Knoll.In celebration of the 50th anniversary of the Platner Collection, Knoll is proud to announce Platner Gold, an 18k gold-plated finish option.In surprising harmony, the Platner Table Collection combines a soft, curved base with minimal, modernist materials. In the 1960s, Warren Platner transformed steel wire into a sculptural furniture collection by welding curved vertical steel wire rods to circular frames. The column of wire rods created a moir? effect with the decorative, gentle, graceful quality that Platner sought to achieve. All metal components of the Platner 36-Inch Coffee Table in Gold are finished with a gold plating with a clear lacquer protective coating and offered with a variety of table top options.Note that marble tops are offered in two finishes: standard Polished or Satin. The satin finished marble creates a matte sheen that gives the top a natural honed appearance while offering the same protective qualities as the Polished polyester coated marble finish.

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