Adrian Pearsall Planter Coffee Table Organic Glass top, 1960s USA

$ 1,750
  • Description
    In 1952, Adrian Pearsall, a pioneer in the field of furniture design, founded Craft Associates. Usually, his pieces were made of walnut and glass, with curved glass tops and bases that exhibited clean lines and organic shapes as a reminder of his talent and desire for a life of sailing.

    This sculpted atomic-era base table has three-legged. The original planters, as you can see in the picture have been customized to a new one. The base is refinishing in a deep, black, high gloss that brings a sexy touch to the curved lines. The original glass has some minor imperfections (a couple of scratches and have small chips on the side, please see pictures).

    Additional dimensions for the Glass only:
    47 in. long by 30 in. wide for the larger part and 19 in. wide for the smaller one
    1/4 in H.

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    Most of our pieces are mid-century, vintage, and Antiques. Irregularity is a good thing as perfection does not exist. Perfect symmetry in furniture is a sign of being made by a machine. What sets us is that upholstered, wired, or refinished them, makes them one of a kind; you will not see them in every store or gallery only at AUBÉRY.
  • More Information
    Origin: United States
    Period: 1950-1979
    Condition: Good.
    Creation Date: 1950
    Styles / Movements: Modern, Mid Century
    Dealer Reference #: SKU00000004
    Incollect Reference #: 539419
  • Dimensions
    W. 35 in; H. 14.5 in; D. 20 in;
    W. 88.9 cm; H. 36.83 cm; D. 50.8 cm;
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