These bases are clear acrylic. We photographed them on black and white backgrounds for improved visibility. This listing is for two bases, no glass. We are not including a glass top.
These vintage Nineteen-Laties Lucite bases feature a series of etched stripes and elegantly beveled edges. Light dances through the clear acrylic like rays of sun through a diamond. Lucite furniture is ideal for homes with lots of light.
Get creative with this pair of Lucite table bases. The V-shaped clear acrylic bases were once situated beneath a long dining table. However, you are not limited to that configuration. These bases are incredibly versatile. They can be arranged in a number of ways to support a dining table, desk, sofa table, or even art pedestals. You can even push the two bases together to form a single square column. Alternatively, push them together, spine to spine, to create a single “X-shape” pedestal. Joining the two bases together into one pedestal is ideal if you are using a round glass top. Push the individual bases at the far ends if you are opting to use a rectangular or oval shaped glass for a dining table, conference table or desk.