*SOLD* Florence Knoll Pearwood and Chrome Conference or Dining TableAutomaton Vintage Furnishings
Expansive oval shaped table originally designed by Florence Knoll for Knoll International in 1961. This generously proportioned table comprises of a spacious oval shaped pearwood top finished with a knife edge. Both the frame and legs are fabricated from welded steel of which the post and four-star legs are finished in gleaming polished chrome. Knoll's spare, clean design allows for this table to be multi functional and can be used for dining room, conference space or as an imposing desk.
This particular example is labelled underneath with Knoll tags, however curiously they are labelled with Eero Saarinen's name and plaque which indicates that this table top may be from the Tulip line which resembles the same size and shape. Since the tops are near identical, it is possible that they were accidentally swapped at the Knoll factory or possibly mis-labelled. This does not affect the use or look of this table, and in-fact having a label is better than no label at all. In addition, it was often at the Herman Miller plant that they accidentally used George Nelson labels by mistake on Eames items as their labels were very similar. Still - we decided to price this table lower for this reason.
This broad table would compliment various locations such as a dining room, kitchen or study. It would also be great in a hospitality or corporate location such as a conference or meeting room, executive office, workspace studio, co-working community space, design hub area for an interior design or architect company, members club or boutique restaurant.
Measurements: 28" H x 78" W x 47.5" D
Very good original condition. Original finish with light wear noticeable upon close inspection. All feet intact. Chrome is in excellent condition. Sturdy and structurally sound. Ready to be used immediately.