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Mantis Coffee Table

Lee Weitzman Furniture

This coffee table design is simple yet dynamic. Its name refers to the general shape of the solid wood base, reminiscent of a Praying Mantis' legs. A clear glass top generously allows the sleek sculptural forms to be viewed unobstructed. Shown here in espresso mahogany, the table base is available in five standard wood finishes. The standard 54" x 42" x 18"h size is also customizable.

Transitional Cocktail Table from Lee Weitzman Furniture, Model: MAN2000
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Model: MAN2000

General Style: Transitional

Specific Style: Mid-century Modern, Retro

Type: Cocktail Table

Essential Properties: Artisan, Handmade, One-of-a-kind (Also available in Environmentally Green)

Shape: Other Shape

Leg Style: Pedestal

Top Material: Glass Top

Material: Glass, Hardwood, Mahogany (Also available in Bamboo, Exotic Wood, Laminate, MDF, Maple, Oak, Walnut, Wenge)

Dimensions: 54" W x 42" D x 18" H x 0.5" Top Thickness

Stain: Dark (Also available in Light, Medium)

Color / Finish: Brown, Espresso, Green (Also available in Black, Mahogany, Natural, Painted, Walnut, Wenge)

Construction: Solid (Also available in Veneer)

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