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George Nakashima Conoid Dining Set in Sap Walnut with Free Form Edges & 6 Chairs

Documentation Signed
Origin United States
Period 1950-1979
Materials Walnut, Rosewood
Dimensions
W. 104 in; H. 28.5 in; D. 40 in;
W. 264.16 cm; H. 72.39 cm; D. 101.6 cm;
Condition Good. Very good original condition. Wear consistent with age & use.
Creation Date C.1963
Number of Pieces 6-7
Description This early George Nakashima Dining set was custom ordered from the Nakashima Studio in 1963 and has been in the original owner's possession for almost 60 years. It was well cared for and is ready for another half of a century of use.

The table consists of a book-matched, two-board, solid walnut, conservative free form top with three gorgeous solid Brazilian rosewood butterflies in the center showcased by the lighter striations of the sap grain. This table also includes a pair of rarely seen freeform extensions that allows it to comfortably accommodate up to 10 chairs. The set includes six gorgeous conoid dining chairs from the same purchase order. All of the pieces are marked with the client's last name and will be accompanied by a copy of the original bill of sale from the Nakashima studio.

We also have a corresponding coffee table from the same collection available in a separate listing.

The table measures 40"W x 71"L x 28.5"H with two 16.5" Extensions.

Due to the studio lighting, the images appear a bit redder than it does to the naked eye.
Styles / Movements Minimalist, Modern, Other
Incollect Reference Number 453138
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