This listing is for the table alone. The chairs in the photos are NOT included with purchase.
Vintage 1970s Lucite dining table with 48″ diameter round glass. The 3/8″ thick tempered glass top rests atop two clear acrylic bases. These vintage Nineteen-Laties Lucite bases feature a series of etched stripes and elegantly beveled edges. Light dances through the clear acrylic like rays of sun through a diamond. Lucite furniture is ideal for homes with lots of light. These bases are clear acrylic. We photographed them on black and white backgrounds for improved visibility.
Get creative with this pair of Lucite table bases. The V-shaped clear acrylic bases were once situated beneath a long dining table. However, you are not limited to that configuration. These bases are incredibly versatile. They can be arranged in a number of ways to support a dining table, desk, sofa table, or even art pedestals. You can even push the two bases together to form a single square column. Alternatively, push them together, spine to spine, to create a single “X-shape” pedestal. Joining the two bases together into one pedestal is ideal if you are using a round glass top. Push the individual bases at the far ends if you are opting to use a rectangular or oval shaped glass for a dining table, conference table or desk.