Adrian Pearsall Walnut and Glass Jacks 893-TGO Oval Coffee Table Mid Century Modern


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Handsome and iconic walnut and oval glass mid-century modern jacks shaped base coffee table. It is the 893-TGO coffee table design by Adrian Pearsall for his company Craft Associates. This table is in wonderful vintage condition overall with the normal age marks but nothing outstanding. The glass top has small chigger chips several places on the edges. They are very hard to see but you can feel them. Please see photos. Circa 1960s.


NOTE: We also have a matching jacks side table listed.



  • O/A Height – 15.75 Inches
  • Base Height – 15.25 Inches
  • Base Width – 54 Inches
  • Base Depth – 15.75 Inches
  • Glass Size – .5 x 59.5 x 18.75 Inches
  • Weight – 40 Pounds


Crated Size:

  • Height – 22 Inches.
  • Width – 23 Inches
  • Depth – 64 Inches
  • Weight – 100 Pounds


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Oh, my goodness! We are in love with this 893-TGO coffee table by Adrian Pearsall. Sometimes called the Jacks Coffee Table. Its elongated shape is made of solid sculpted, rather boomerang shaped walnut, which was a mainstay in Pearsall’s arsenal of materials, with an oval glass top. With good reason, Pearsall has become one of the most sought after mid-century modern furniture designers. His pieces with their Atomic Age look are very indicative of that flamboyant time with its futuristic vision and sultry and sexy interiors. Pearsall graduated in 1950 from the University of Illinois with an Architectural Engineering degree and in 1952 founded Craft Associates to manufacture his own designs, which trumpeted in the Atomic Age and have now become mid-century modern design icons. You should have this stunning example of his work. Make it yours.