1930s Paul Frankl Inspired Skyscraper Console or Entry Table

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1930s Paul Frankl Inspired Skyscraper Console or Entry Table




HEIGHT: 33.5 in. (85 cm)
WIDTH: 5 ft. (152 cm)
DEPTH: 27 in. (69 cm)


Number of items: 1


Lacquer, Wood

Date of Manufacture


Ref. : LU89201979592

You are viewing a 1930s inspired skyscraper table that was made sometime in the 1970s. Designer is unknown. Paul Frankl could have easily envisioned a piece like this and could be mistaken as one. This is a well crafted and sharp looking piece. The table is made of black lacquer over wood with beautiful views from any angle. As you can see the table has these really beautiful stepped features approaching from the bottom to the detail towards the top. The back is finished and could float in a room besides being against a wall. It would look great in the most common areas you would think of right away, but would also great in a bedroom setting with one of our many colorful original cubist paintings or mirrors that we offer.

The table has a few minor flea bite chips that we can repair but we felt it was not necessary because it did not detract from the overall appearance while keeping with the originality.

What we like about the table: This versatile design can go with any décor, 1930s Art Deco, 1940s to 1950s Modernism, 1970s Hollywood Glam. The black lacquer is shiny and looks great on the lines of this fine looking piece.

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