This listing is for the base alone.
Table top is NOT included with purchase.
The table top in the photos is just an example. you will not be given a top. The original glass was 27” square.
Leon Rosen for Pace Collection Nineteen-Laties square side table with beveled, rounded top glass. The base is formed from thick panels of glass joined by gorgeous brass hardware, signature to Pace. The minimalist table is enhanced only by premium materials and aesthetic acuity. The glass edge transitions between a deep forest to an emerald green depending on the viewing angle. We have several other occasional tables by Pace including a Lucite and glass coffee table, scalloped glass coffee table, brown and white acrylic coffee table and end tables.
18.75” Diameter x 20” High
Panels 9” wide each
Clean original condition. Only a few hairline scratches on glass. Barely noticeable.
About Pace Collection:
The Pace Collection was a high-end contemporary furniture company in business from 1960 to 2001. The company was founded by Irving and Leon Rosen in New York City. The showroom was located in Manhattan on East 62nd Street to offer its fine furniture and services to the contract interior design trade. The Pace Collection advertised in numerous architectural and interior design periodicals. The Pace Collection furniture designs were all distinctly different from those offered by Knoll (company), Herman Miller, Steelcase and other contract furniture companies.