Most Expensive Dining Tables At 1stdibs

Most Expensive Dining Tables At 1stdibs

November 24, 2019

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1stdibs is the world’s leading online marketplace for the most beautiful things on earth. The goal of 1stdibs is to connect the world’s best dealers, finest shops and most important galleries with individuals such as the world’s most sophisticated collectors, designers and curators. This online platform has become the global destination for those who must have “first dibs” on treaures – from around the world – that would otherwise be inaccessible. We at CovetED Magazine are fans of 1st dibs so today we will show a must-have selection of the most curated and also the 5 most expensive dining tables spotted at 1st dibs.

 

Barbera Wishbone Table, Modern Solid Bronze Base Redgum Live Edge Top

 

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Designed by Daniel Barbera the Wishbone table base consist of two independent bases that create a base perfect for solid slabs of timber. Each of the organic sandcast bronze base forms has three points of contact to the timber and one the ground, this helps with any variations in the natural unevenness of solid timber slabs. The form is hand finished to a smooth mirror polish, with the option of a satin or blackened bronze. This table base is shown with an Australian redgum solid timber top that was 620 x 120 cm, Each top is sourced upon application of price request. Sizes vary greatly depending on availability and species. Solid timber slabs can be sourced locally from your own country. Each of these tables are made by hand with love to order. €62,199.60

 

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Gaetano Pesce Italian Dining Table with Resin Top and Black Wood Legs

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“Tavolone” in a very unusual, wide table designed by the Italian Designer Gaetano Pesce in the 2005 from Meritalia firm. It has been producted in few exemplars with authenticity certificate. The top is generated from a cast of colorful liquid resin (yellow, red and black) and it is supported and stiffed by a metallic crossbar which supports the legs. The legs (every of it is signed by Gaetano Pesce) are in wood painted in black inside, outside covered by black resin applied by hand using a spatula. Each table is unique with chromatic differences from the others. €36,000

 

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Side Tables Boca do Lobo

 

Barbera Spargere Oval Table, Modern Solid Bronze Base with Granite Top

 

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Designed by Daniel Barbera, the Spargere table inspired by organism evolution, and how nature uses minimum form yet can create super strong structures. The four legged sandcast solid bronze organic form is hand finished to a smooth mirror polish, with the option of a satin or blackened bronze. This table base is mated to an Cosmic gold granite top that is finished in a smooth yet textured rippled finish to highlight the richness of the stone. Other varieties of timber and stone are also available. The dimensions of this one is 300 x 130 x 74cm high. Each of these tables are made by hand with love to order. Other sizes are available with widths ranging from 110 to 130cm and lengths ranging from 160cm to 360cm. €30,530.24

 

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Stonehenge Dining Table in Polished Hammered Brass and Marble Top
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Finding inspiration in the Prehistoric monument Stonehenge, positioned asymmetrically and composed by a striking finishes and materials brass and marble. This piece from Boca do Lobo promises to elevate your living space to the next level. The metallic hues make an elegant contrast while beautifully combine and pay tribute to the Neolithic and Bronze Age. €27,908.46
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Angelo Mangiarotti Eros Marble Dining Table in Black Marble

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This sculptural table by Italian Designer Angelo Mangiarotti is a skillful example of postmodern design. The table is executed in black marble. The oval table features no joints or clamps and is architectural in its structure. The table rests on the four cone shaped legs and the construction is gravity-based. The top ‘locks’ itself onto the marble cones that are placed on the corners and that are kept in place as a result of the weight of the material. As a consequence, the entire structure is stable and strong. The oval shape of the top combined with the columns result in a sculptural and architectural piece that has traits of Classicism. €26,850.70

1970 Red Travertine Mario Bellini “Colonnato” Round Dining Table

Large round dining table designed by Mario Bellini and made by Cassina, Italy. The red travertine of this table is exceptional, beautiful grain, inspiring patterns, raw and smooth. The three legs version is always the best, ensuring a perfect fit and stability, and more room for the guests. Pristine condition, we would say better than new.

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