Side table made of glass and metal
The Bell side table by Sebastian Herkner turns the usual handling of materials upside down and surprises the perception: Here he table base becomes a concise, colorful transparent glass form in space, on which a metal body rests.
The glass gives the metal, which is in itself very heavy, a floating lightness. The glass base, traditionally blown into a wooden form, and the pressed metal body contrast with each other in an exciting way, yet formally they form a harmonious unit reminiscent of the elegant swing of a bell.
With their delightful reflections and material contrasts, the side tables become elements of character in the living area. They celebrate the beauty of materials, their colors, surfaces and traditional craftsmanship. The Bell Table by Sebastian Herkner is a masterpiece of traditional craftsmanship.
Each table is handmade, so even, for example, minor air inclusions or unevenness in the glass is not a defect, but a desired unique result of manufacturing.
The coffee table from ClassiCon is available in different color variants, as well as with metal top made of solid copper or brass and burnished steel.