Design as cool as the actors it is named after - the Delon and Belmondo side tables, courtesy of Andrew Martin.
The names aren't the only 60s things here - both are very similar to classic Merrow Associates designs, mixing a chrome frame with a dark wood top on both the Delon (left) and Belmondo (right).
Sadly, you'll need to shell out around the same for these as you would a vintage Merrow piece, with the Delon selling for £550, while the Belmondo is yours for £495.
Andrew Martin website
If you want an example of the rising price of Merrow Associates furniture, the recent Modern Design auction at Christies has the answer.
The Merrow Associates Extending Dining Table above went for £5,040 - a huge amount for something you could have picked up for well under £1,000 a few years back. On the plus side though, it is an unusual design - I've not seen another rosewood extender on the market.
But I have seen plenty of chrome and glass in a similar style, so if you have one of those, don't expect a similar figure. Check out the details of the table via the link below.
A less obvious Merrow Associates design - but this Merrow Associates sideboard is certainly one of the more stylish.
It's all about the rosewood, which dominates the 6ft exterior, but check out the images of the interior on the eBay site, lots of storage, all done with plenty of style.
If you can do without the chrome hit (although it's here for the detailing), this is as good as sideboards get. Claimed to be a Richard Young design circa 1970 (although that's a stock description for any Merrow item on eBay), it's at a Buy It Now for £2,600 (quite a bit overpriced in our view).