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Amura Juli

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Elegant 'Juli' Coffee Table with a Square Base
By Amura
Located in Milan, IT
This elegant coffee table features a square base with four legs that rise as high as the top they support. The legs can be in oak, with a dark or natural finish, in Canaletto walnut,...

2010s Italian Other Coffee and Cocktail Tables



  • Elegant 'Juli' Coffee Table with a Square Base
  • Elegant 'Juli' Coffee Table with a Square Base
  • Elegant 'Juli' Coffee Table with a Square Base
  • Elegant 'Juli' Coffee Table with a Square Base
H 14.18 in W 51.97 in D 51.97 in
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Amura Juli For Sale on 1stDibs

At 1stDibs, there are many versions of the ideal amura juli for your home. Frequently made of marble, stone and wood, every amura juli was constructed with great care. A amura juli is a generally popular piece of furniture, but those created in Modern styles are sought with frequency.

How Much is a Amura Juli?

A amura juli can differ in price owing to various characteristics — the average selling price 1stDibs is $2,175, while the lowest priced sells for $1,162 and the highest can go for as much as $3,549.

Finding the Right coffee-tables-cocktail-tables for You

As a practical focal point in your living area, antique and vintage coffee tables and cocktail tables are an invaluable addition to any interior.

Low tables that were initially used as tea tables or coffee tables have been around since at least the mid- to late-1800s. Early coffee tables surfaced in Victorian-era England, likely influenced by the use of tea tables in Japanese tea gardens. In the United States, furniture makers worked to introduce low, long tables into their offerings as the popularity of coffee and “coffee breaks” took hold during the late 19th century and early 20th century.

It didn’t take long for coffee tables and cocktail tables to become a design staple and for consumers to recognize their role in entertaining no matter what beverages were being served. Originally, these tables were as simple as they are practical — as high as your sofa and made primarily of wood. In recent years, however, metal, glass and plastics have become popular in coffee tables and cocktail tables, and design hasn’t been restricted to the conventional low profile, either.

Visionary craftspeople such as Paul Evans introduced bold, geometric designs that challenge the traditional idea of what a coffee table can be. The elongated rectangles and wide boxy forms of Evans’s desirable Cityscape coffee table, for example, will meet your needs but undoubtedly prove imposing in your living space.

If you’re shopping for an older coffee table to bring into your home — be it an antique Georgian-style coffee table made of mahogany or walnut with decorative inlays or a classic square mid-century modern piece comprised of rosewood designed by the likes of Ettore Sottsass — there are a few things you should keep in mind.

Both the table itself and what you put on it should align with the overall design of the room, not just by what you think looks fashionable in isolation. According to interior designer Tamara Eaton, the material of your vintage coffee table is something you need to consider. “With a glass coffee table, you also have to think about the surface underneath, like the rug or floor,” she says. “With wood and stone tables, you think about what’s on top.”

Find the perfect centerpiece for any room, no matter what your personal furniture style on 1stDibs. Browse a vast selection of antique, new and vintage coffee table and cocktail tables today.