Coffee Table

Antique Glass And Titanium Black

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A statement piece in its own right, the Rapson square coffee table features a unique mirrored table top in quarters. Putting a vintage twist on contemporary style, the glass is finished with a gorgeous antique effect. Perfect for showing off a rug, the table’s raw iron frame is slim and open to make the most of surrounding space. So stunning, you may not want anything placed on top.

Dimensions: W80 x D80 x H40cm
Material: Antique mirror and iron
Finish: Antique glass and titanium black
Weight: 26kg
Care: Wipe up spills immediately, avoid direct sunlight

Delivery: Ready to deliver in 2 weeks*
We can safely deliver this item within 2 weeks* to a room of your choice. We’re sorry that we aren’t able to offer assembly or to take away the packaging for you. If you’d prefer us not to enter your home, please let us know.
Please note: Delivery to a room of your choice is not available for all areas. Read more here.

Assembly: Fully Assembled

Delivery charge: £59

We deliver to UK Mainland only

*Please note: There are some out of area postcodes that may take us a little longer to reach. If you’d like more information, please speak to our sales team on 0333 010 2352 or email us

Free Collection: Order online and we'll let you know as soon as your item is available for collection. Once in stock, items can take up to 14 days to reach your chosen store or warehouse. Some items may require assembly if using this service. Read more about our safe and contactless collection services here

Delivery Info

Returns Policy

We'll take away all of your packaging and for a small fee, we will gladly take away your old furniture (3 items maximum).
Simply add the recycling option to your basket at the checkout.
*Please ensure all items are dismantled before your delivery and recycling takes place*
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