A Pair of Spindle Side Tables by Arthur Umanoff


A Pair of side tables designed by Arthur Umanoff. These tables feature a sturdy walnut base with spindle details, paired with a fun mix of black and white on the round tabletops.

About Arthur Umanoff: 

Arthur Umanoff (1923–1985) was an influential American designer and artist known for his contributions to mid-century modern furniture and interior design. Born in New York, Umanoff gained recognition during the 1950s and 1960s for his innovative approach to creating functional yet aesthetically pleasing furniture pieces.

Umanoff's designs often featured a blend of organic and industrial elements, incorporating materials like wood, metal, and upholstery. His work was characterized by clean lines, geometric shapes, and a focus on practicality, making his pieces both visually appealing and highly functional. He was particularly celebrated for his contributions to the "tiki" aesthetic, which incorporated tropical and exotic influences into modern design.

Technical Details:

  • Dimensions: 16"H x 16" Dia'

  • Period: 1950's

  • Condition: Good Condition. Wear consistent with age. Some chipping to the paint.

  • Materials: Black walnut, Paint

  • Origin: U.S.A
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