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PETER HVIDT & ORLA MØLGAARD-NIELSEN, RARE COFFEE TABLE

Professional seller: Secher Fine Art & Design

PETER HVIDT & ORLA MØLGAARD-NIELSEN, RARE COFFEE TABLE

Professional seller: Secher Fine Art & Design

7.780 EUR / 9.420 USD

Description

Rare "X-Table" coffee table model 6743 Rectangular coffee table with profiled teak top. Cross-leg mahogany frame with bird's eye wood inlays. Cross stretchers of brass. Manufactured by Fritz Hansen Presented at the 50. "Danske Købestævne" in Fredericia, 4.-14. august 1960 Literature. Catalogue from the exhibition page 57 Literature: Mobilia 1961.

Product details

  • Condition: Used - good
  • Dimensions: D:180cm (70.9") x H: 52cm (20.5") x W:60cm (23.6")
  • Designer: Peter Hvidt & Orla Mølgaard-Nielsen
  • 1 in stock. Shipped immediately - 3-5 days delivery by express

Seller information

Reference number: ever-1972

Rare "X-Table" coffee table model 6743 Rectangular coffee table with profiled teak top. Cross-leg mahogany frame with bird's eye wood inlays. Cross stretchers of brass. Manufactured by Fritz Hansen Presented at the 50. "Danske Købestævne" in Fredericia, 4.-14. august 1960 Literature. Catalogue from the exhibition page 57 Literature: Mobilia 1961.

  • Condition: Used - good
  • Dimensions: D:180cm (70.9") x H: 52cm (20.5") x W:60cm (23.6")
  • Designer: Peter Hvidt & Orla Mølgaard-Nielsen
  • 1 in stock. Shipped immediately - 3-5 days delivery by express
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Secher Fine Art & Design

Secher Fine Art & Design offer a selected collection of Scandinavian design such as rare furniture by renowned Danish designers as Arne Jacobsen, Hans J. Wegner and Finn Juhl. Secher Fine Art & Design also sells ceramic by Carl Halier and Axel Salto and Poul Henningsen lamps from the 1930’s

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