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Da-Da table

$3,774.00 $3,019.00

Categories: Tables


Designer: Matteo
Manufacturer: Draga & Aurel

Base made with assembled industrial materials in iron and brass. Wooden top decorated and silk-screened by hand according to the artist’s creativity, and glossy lacquered.
Surfaces created by hand as a “picture”; each piece will therefore be different and unique.

27″ L x 27″ W x 29 ” H (in)

used in staging

FINAL SALE: Product cannot be returned or exchanged. All sales final. Floor sample sale items are sold “as-is” condition. 


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DZINE offers delivery within select Bay Area locations. Delivery services include transportation, unloading, placement and debris removal. Delivery services are an additional charge of $350.00 to locations within San Francisco County, and $475.00 to locations within Marin County, Contra Costa County, Santa Clara County, Alameda County and San Mateo County. After the order is placed, a confirmation email with the Order Receipt will be sent to your inbox; please keep for reference. A representative from DZINE will contact you within two business days to schedule delivery.


Baxter’s motto “Emotions shouldn’t be described, they should be experienced” speaks to the way its furnishings make you feel. It specializes in leather furnishings of unique design. Its leather craftsmanship is refined and detailed, while also bringing a completely original perspective to color, texture, form and luxury. When combined with its complimentary tables, credenzas and lighting, the furniture serves to tell a whole new story by creating an atmosphere that is unmistakably Baxter.

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Draga Obradovic

Born in Cecak, Serbia in 1964, Draga Obradovic graduated from the Accademia di Belle Arti in Florence, Italy with a degree in painting in 1988. After working as a model and later as a fashion designer, she moved to textile design where she refined her own unique painting technique directly on fabrics. She designed her first furniture collection in 2006 and began her design collaboration with Aurel K. Basedow in 2007. The pair collaborates on design projects for Baxter and Anthropologie.