I find the combination between the legs and table top interesting on this midcentury furniture piece designed by Milo Baughman. The table top is clean walnut veneer and appears as though it could adorn many styles of furniture. The metal base creates an entirely different effect than the table top and speaks of the influence of modern design. The tight-nit metal pattern reminds me of architecture as something that may appear as part of a building structure. This occasional table was made by Thayer Coggin who had a long association with Milo Baughman. This would be a wonderful find in a resale shop today in the neighborhood of $1,100-$1,500.