23 ct gold coffee table by Belgo Chrom

S/N:2CF188

  • £495.00
  • €593 Euro
  • $663 US Dollar

United Kingdom

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23 ct gold coffee table by Belgo Chrom

20TH CENTURY FILTH
Beautiful coffee table made by the esteemed mid century Belgian design company, Belgo Chrom.

Not sure the photos do it justice! The frame is metal and finished in 23 carat gold - there is the authentication sticker still on the bottom of the frame.

Two tiers of very thick glass, the bottom tier is mirrored dark gold/bronze glass.

The top tier of glass is just over 1cm thick with a very fine bevel to the edges. You can see transparent plastic suction pads, however these could be removed if its your preference as the glass is so heavy its unlikely that it could be dislodged.

Overall, the conditions is very good; there's small shell to the underside of the lower glass tier, however this is not obvious once it situ, unless you're looking for it. Light scratches to the top tier, commensurate with age and nothing to detract. Naturally there is a little light wear to the gold plating, but again, nothing notable.

A very high quality piece.

Dimensions: 

  • H: 38.5cm (15.16in)
  • W: 80cm (31.50in)
  • D: 80cm (31.50in)

Period: 

1970s

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20TH CENTURY FILTH

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East Sussex
TN38, UK
United Kingdom

20th Century Filth is run by Sandra Carter who left a career in advertising and life in London for the seafront in St Leonards on Sea; an area already known for it’s antiques and vintage shops.

Having renovated a few properties which fuelled her interest (read: obsession) with all forms of mid-century design, she’s gone from being tasked with hunting down specific items for family, friends and Clients to focusing full time on sourcing beautiful pieces from France, Italy, Germany and the UK.

She offers a variety of antiques and design from late 18th century to the 1980s, but with a specialist interest in mid century lighting. 

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