Afromosia & teak long john coffee table by Myer
Piece made in the early 70s by the British label Myer, following the trend of Scandinavian furniture that prevailed at the time. Teak wood structure with a rectangular-looking top; its long sides draw a slight convex shape and the short ones are surrounded by a molding in dark afromosia wood, which enhance the elegance of the design. It has a second level that works as a practical lower magazine rack. Finally, the table stands on four stylized legs, square cut tapering towards the base.
It maintains a good structural and aesthetic condition, with minimal signs of use at the vertices of the board.
And remember: a piece that due to its dimensions is ideal for tight spaces ;)
L: 114 cm H: 36 cm P: 38 cm