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River House Coffee Table

Product Description

Arguably the finest apartment building in New York, William Bottomley's 1931 River House was the catalyst for what would become the fashionable Upper East Side. A rare balance of Art Deco and Regency Modern design, the building inspired Bill Sofield to design an original Coffee Table with that same balance.

The marble top is a stepped serpentine shape, a subtle nod to the elaborately stylized Georgian looks of the 1930s, cut by Italian artisans to fit inside a cast bronze frame. By contrast, the reeded legs, ever-so-slightly concave at the knee, draw on the natural flavor of the Art Deco. The shape of the top lends itself to a high traffic area. Perfect between facing loveseats in a small space.

Product Details

Item Details
Product ID: 4053
Manufacturer:Baker Furniture
Collection:Bill Sofield
Dimensions: W:51" D:27½" H:16¾"
Room: Living Room
Category: Occasional Tables
Shape: Rectangle
Style: Transitional
Type: Cocktail Table
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