Galerie Parallèle offers you a selection of original, restored and vintage coffee tables, corresponding to the design of Eastern countries during the soviet era. The magazine includes Polish and Czech designers' tables.
Vintage coffee table from Eastern Europe from the 1960s. It consists of a tubular structure made of red metal. This piece also made of a first top in synthetic material surrounded by wood and a second top in oak. This table has a beautiful patina.
MANUFACTURER : Jitona Vintage coffee table from Eastern Europe edited by Jitona, 1960. It is made of a wooden structure on which rests a circular glass plate. This table is in good vintage condition.
DESIGNER : Koželka and Kropáček MANUFACTURER : Interier Praha Eastern European coffee table made of varnished wood and a top of glass. Designed in 1944 by Karel Koželka and Antonin Kropáček for České umělecké dílny. this table won the silver medal in 1946 at the Milan Triennale. There are some signs of use on the glass.
DESIGNER : Karel Vyčítal et Miloš Sedláček MANUFACTURER : Dřevotvar Czechoslovakian oval table produced by Dřevotvar in the 1970s, typ Venesa designed by Karel Vyčítal et Miloš Sedláček. It is made of wood. It corresponds to the design from the Soviet era.
MANUFACTURER : Krasna Jizba Czech side table edited by Krasna Jizba from the 1940s. It is composed of two glass shelves. This object corresponds to a production inspired by folk art.This piece of furniture was completely restored. The glass plates were redone to measure and the wood renovated.
DESIGNER : Milos Sedlacek and Karel Vycital MANUFACTURER : Drevotvar Czech wooden coffee table by Milos Sedlacek and Karel Vycital and edited by Drevotvar. This is the "Variant" model from the 1970s. The slightly suspended tray has a beautiful veining. This piece of furniture is in good vintage condition.
MANUFACTURER : Jitona Coffee table for the publisher Jitona. It is a production of Czech design from the 1960s. The circular glass plate rests on a tripod structure. This table is in good vintage condition.