Thonet Bauhaus Style Chrome Black Wood Cane & Glass Square Coffee Table or End Table by Arthur Umanoff
Wow! I love this piece. It could easily be a coffee table or end table. It is done in the style of the renowned Marcel Breuer’s Bauhaus Cesca chair with its bent chrome tubing frame, black painted wood top with cane and glass insert. We here at the shop believe it is circa 1970s when there was a huge resurgence of the Bauhaus and Art Deco style. Its time has come again. This table would be the perfect addition to your mid-century modern décor or look fabulous in your industrial loft, modern country home, or mixed with your Hollywood Regency treasures. Use it as a coffee table or an end table. Just make it yours!!
Product Short Description :
Handsome Bauhaus style bent chrome tube, black painted wood, cane, and glass rounded square coffee table or end table in the style of Marcel Breuer but actually designed by Arthur Umanoff for Thonet. It is in wonderful vintage condition with no outstanding flaws that we have seen. Please see photos. Circa 1970s.
UPDATE: While researching a pair of chairs I found out that this awesome table was designed by Arthur Umanoff for Thonet in 1971. And in reading the copy for a 1970s ad they described it just as I did. As in the style of Marcel Breuer’s Bauhaus furniture. So rather than rewrite the complete description I decided to just add this update.
- Height – 16 Inches
- Width – 30.25 Inches
- Depth – 30.25 Inches
- Weight – 35.2 Pounds
- Height – 22 Inches.
- Width – 37 Inches
- Depth – 37 Inches
- Weight – 60 Pounds
- Dimensions: N/A
- Weight: N/A
- STYLE / PERIOD: Art Deco, Art Moderne, Bauhaus, MId-Century Modern, Streamline
- MATERIALS: Painted Wood, Caning, Chrome, Glass
- IN THE STYLE OF: Marcel Breuer
- DATE: Circa: 1970s
- DESIGNER: Arthur Umanoff
- MAKER: Thonet