Mid-Century Figured Fruitwood Cocktail Table

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This mid-century, bi-level cocktail table features a copper planter and striking golden burl veneer. Tables are joined at one corner by a bolt that allows the lower table to swing out 180 degrees. Both tables measure 18" deep. Taller table measures 44" long and 18" high, and lower table measures 32.5" long and 16.5" high. Newly refinished. Designer is unknown. The work brings George Nelson to mind, as he was known to include copper planters in his tables (such as the Primavera dining table and end tables made by Herman Miler), and the shape of the legs are similar to the design on his famous platform bench also made by Herman Miller. However, Nelson is not known to have utilized such exotic wood in his designs for H. Miller. This item resides on the Upper West Side of Manhattan ( New York City ) and may be seen by appointment. Thanks for visiting. Please let us know if you have any questions or comments.

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Item Details

Reference #:
levin_231
Quantity
1
Category
Furniture & Furnishings
Department
Reproductions
Year
c1960s
Dimensions
(Width x Height X Depth)
x x
Weight
Unknown
Condition
Very Good
Material