139 Franklin St. (by appointment only) New York City, NY 10013 United States 646.291.2059
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$ 5,000

Architectonic Cut Plywood Mid-Century Cocktail Table

In the Style of Nathan Lerner
Origin United States
Period 1920-1949
Materials Laminated plywood and solid wood
W. 48 in; H. 18 in; D. 26 in;
W. 121.92 cm; H. 45.72 cm; D. 66.04 cm;
Condition Fair. Original condition. Structurally fine and with a good uniform patina. Wear consistent with age and use, including scratches throughout and several edge chips (see photos).
Creation Date circa 1940's
Description Rectangular cocktail table of cut laminated plywood with solid wood supports. A well-constructed c. 1940’s design with an architectural bearing, likely a one-off commission. The top sits within two lateral struts, giving the appearance of bridge architecture. . A design in the manner of Nathan Lerner or Marcel Breuer, following principles developed in MoMA’s Organic Design competition of 1941. In original as-found condition. The table top itself is 24 inches deep.
Styles / Movements Mid Century, Modern
Incollect Reference Number 385533
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