Vintage Pair Mid-Century Modern Lane Cube Tables with Circle Cut-Outs and Smoke Glass Tops

$1,595

SKU 414-TBL-029 Category

Awesome space-age mid-century modern Lane cube and circle tables with smoke glass tops. In wonderful vintage condition with manufacture date of November 12, 1969.

 

Table:

  • • Height – 18.75 Inches
  • • Width – 18.75 Inches
  • • Depth – 18.75 Inches
  • • Weight – 22 pounds

 

Crated Size:

  • • Height – 24 Inches
  • • Width – 42 Inches
  • • Depth – 24 Inches
  • • Weight – 85 pounds

 

 

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STYLE / PERIOD

CIRCA

1960s

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Description

These are the most awesome Lane tables I’ve ever seen! This pair of mid-century modern Lane cube tables with their circle cut-outs and smoked glass tops are circa 1969 and in awesome vintage condition. There is one veneer chip to an upper corner and other small nicks and dings but nothing that stands out and only what you would expect for their age. Their serial number of 2961211 dates them to November 12, 1969. Thank you Lane for making it so easy to identify your products and date them!! The warm rich tones of the walnut veneer and the geometric shape and cut-outs are very attractive and give them such a “Mad Men” look. They are just the right size too……18.75 inches cubed! Easy to move around and very versatile. Use them as end tables, double them up as a coffee table or use them as a display stand. Just make them yours.

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MAKER

STYLE / PERIOD

CIRCA

1960s