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mid century, Glass and Nickle Plated Coffee Table Pace

$1,999.00

Hollywood regency, Modern  coffee table

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Description

Glass and Nickle Plated  Coffee Table Pace

Description:  The plated metal fittings forming corner joints between two pieces of glass, with two supports at right angles for the to glass.

In the Style of:                      Pace, Hollywood regency

Date Of Manufacture:         1970/90s

Materials:                              Nickle  Plated & glass

Wear:                                      Wear consistent with age and use

Condition:                              Excellent vintage condition, one shallow notch in  photo

Measurements:                     16″ Tall  x  13″deep x  55″ wide

Pace were the only company to make this type and style of table with right angles of metal with alan screws to gently tighten the thick glass to the metal

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Extra Notes

Pace or to be more accurate ‘The Pace Collection’ was a high end furniture company that ceased trading in 2001.

The company was founded by Irving and Leon Rosen in New York City in about 1971. The first showroom was located on East 62nd Street to offer its fine furniture and services to the contract interior design trade. The Pace Collection line of desks, tables and cabinets was distinguished by the unique Rosen style employing rich, exotic wood veneers having high-gloss finishes with polished and chrome plated trim. The Rosens patented many of their designs, but some of their designs were not granted patents so there are copies. All pieces were essentially custom made to order and therefore not mass produced. Production figures of the furniture were known only to the Rosens, but the prices reflected the hand craftsmanship and the very limited production.

 

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