Pair Percival Lafer Brazilian Jacaranda and Rosewood End Tables
This pair of glass top occasional or end tables were designed and manufactured by Percival Lafer in Brazil in the 1970s. They feature a mix of mahogany, jacaranda and rosewood arranged in a pattern of varying lengths and heights in the Brutalist style of Paul Evans. They are in very good vintage condition, measure 30" W X 30 1/4" D X 13 3/4" H and have some light fading to some wood surfaces. The sides are hinged and they fold for transporting the tables. These are large enough to be used individually as coffee tables.