This set of three Waterfall tables was designed by Leon Rosen for the American Pace Collection manufacture during the 1970s. The tables were made of tempered glass with a slightly sea tint. The edges are finished with anodized brass. The combination of these materials is timeless. The tables differ in size, which means that they can be placed one in the other. This set perfect match into modern interiors and into the Hollywood Regency style, which is characterized by a bold use of contrasts, often with metallic and glass accents.
Pace Collection is an exclusive brand operating from 1960 to 2001. The company was founded by Irving and Leon Rosen in New York. The salon was located in Manhattan at 62 East Street, and it offered fine furniture. The Pace collection has been advertised in many architectural and interior design magazines. The Rosens patented many of their designs.
These tables are in original vintage condition and have minor scratches and small defects, chips in the glass. The tables are 48cm | width 43.5 cm | 38.5 cm | and height: 40 cm | 37 cm | 34 cm |