1970s coffee table by Jean Claude Mahey in briar root and brass inserts with smoked glass. Made in France.

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Add a touch of vintage glamor to your decor with this 1970s coffee table by Jean Claude Mahey. Made of briar and brass, with smoked glass, it is an icon of French style. With dimensions of 75x130x35 cm, it offers space for decoration or relaxation. Signs of time add authentic character.


Immerse yourself in the fascinating atmosphere of the 70s with this vintage coffee table by Jean Claude Mahey, an icon of French design that embodies timeless elegance and style. Made with fine materials such as briar and brass, enriched with smoked glass inserts, this coffee table is a testimony to French artisanal savoir-faire.

With its generous dimensions of 75 x 130 x 35 cm, this coffee table offers not only a functional storage area, but also an opportunity to express your taste for the refined and bold aesthetic of the 70s. Perfect for displaying art, vintage magazines or simply enjoying a relaxing moment with a cup of coffee or cocktail.

Polished brass and briar add a touch of luxury and warmth to your space, while smoked glass lends an aura of mystery and sophistication. The signs of aging that can be found on this piece add further charm and authenticity, telling its story and turning it into a real collector’s item.

Expertly crafted in France, this Jean Claude Mahey coffee table is much more than just a piece of furniture; it is a work of art that brings the charm of the 70s directly into your home or work environment. Give your space a touch of vintage elegance and be transported to an era of timeless glamour.

Additional information

Weight 20 kg
Dimensions 130 × 80 × 35 cm