This table sold through iNVISeDGE for $995 back in 2007- for the TABLE ONLY. The Parker spadeback chairs were priced SEPARATELY. These days in 2019 if I found the exact same table again I’d price it at about the same.
In 18 years of trading in this business I’ve never come across anything like this- the Danish design aesthetic on its own is a little too boring for my own personal taste (chairs in this style just seem to be everywhere now- there’s no personality in it)- but I love Parker spadeback chairs teamed with this designer table- this table gives the suite a glamorous edge … and the glass top is also much easier to look after. The bevelled edge on the glass top adds a stunning classy touch.
I can’t find the description I wrote for this table back in 2007. All I remember is that it was a German designer table (that’s what I was told at the time anyway) and it was vintage- late 1960’s or early 1970’s. It could possibly be a very rare Australian piece but that doesn’t make sense to me because I’ve only come across one in 18 years of trading (this one!). I have found out no more information about this table since I had it in 2007. It could well be worth more than this. This is a really adaptable piece because various designer chairs would marry with it perfectly- the rarity of it, coupled with it’s timeless sophistication gives the piece solid investment appeal.