Art Deco Style Bronze Coffee Table with Diana the Huntress Medallion & Glass Top


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Amazing Art Deco style coffee table or cocktail table in bronze with a center medallion of Diana the Huntress and 5/8” glass top with radius corners. It is in wonderful vintage condition. The top may have small scratches. Please see photos. Circa 1990s.

Table Size:

  • O/A Height – 20 Inches
  • Base Height – 19.5
  • O/A Width – 58 Inches
  • Base Width – 47.75
  • O/A Depth – 34 Inches
  • Base Depth – 24.5
  • O/A Weight – 180 Pounds
  • Base Weight – 80 Pounds
  • Glass Weight – 100 Pounds


Crated Size:

  • Height – 33 Inches
  • Width – 64 Inches
  • Depth – 38 Inches
  • Weight – 330 Pounds


Bronze, Glass



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Keep in mind warehouse414 items are vintage and not new, so they will have signs of use and wear. See photos and zoom in for details. We attempt to portray any imperfections.


This is an incredible functional art piece and it has a great story. This bronze coffee table or cocktail table was cast by a local artist here in Topeka. It is comprised of a center round medallion depicting Diana the Huntress with her trusty bow and arrows and her faithful dog. This medallion is bordered by two half circles on either side with the open side out. The ends of the circle arc flow into simple straight legs as if the circle continues downward at 90 degrees. This forms the rectangle that is topped by a substantial piece of 5/8” glass. The Diana center medallion was first created by the artist’s grandfather in the early 20th century and was used in one of the historic buildings here in Topeka’s downtown. The mold was kept and in the 1990’s the grandson, who had taken over the creator’s foundry, used it to fabricate several pieces of lovely functional art, of which this is one. Only a handful were made and none exactly alike. If you are looking for that stunning one-of-a-kind coffee table to grace your living room…you have found it. Make this awesome table yours.




Bronze, Glass