Denmor Of London Glass Cocktail table with Black & Gold Foil Art Deco pattern
This simply standout black and gold cocktail table with magazine shelf is the epitome of mid century chic produced by Denmor Furniture of London. Denmor was founded in 1955 by the brothers Dennis and Leonard Delane and was a thriving family business selling quality glass china cabinets and furniture. It became well known for quirky and colourful, contemporary designs and pieces and their products were sold throughout the UK, including in Harrods and Selfridges. Offering a refreshing mix of colour, luxe and quality, Denmor was popular with post-war consumers for designs that portrayed a shiny departure from the austerity of the war years.
It is built of a metal tubular frame and legs in gold finish with a modernist block Art Deco design in black and gold foil framed around the table top. It is a shimmery, eye-catching piece with sheet glass forming a protective layer over the top. There is metal shelving under the table so perfect storage for magazines and books.
A rare and unusual find, this table will be the envy of all and is one of Denmor's rarer table designs in today's marketplace. It would add the perfect finishing touch to the vintage lovers interior design. If you are looking for a unique mid century piece with a burst of black and gold chic, look no further.
Manufacturer: Denmor of London
Materials: Powdered coated steel/Glass/Foil Blocking
Additional detail: Reversible table. Pilkington toughened glass.
L. 98cm - D. 45cm - H. 42cm
L. 38.5" - D. 17.5" - H. 16.5"Condition: Very good, apart from very slight age related marks.