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Trio of Kingma & Kneip Bronze and Slate Tables, Netherlands, 1960s

Documentation Documented elsewhere (similar item)
Origin Netherlands
Period 1950-1979
Materials hand-crafted slate, painted Wood, Brass, Cpeer, Limestone
Dimensions
W. 39.37 in; H. 16.14 in; D. 39.37 in;
W. 100 cm; H. 41 cm; D. 100 cm;
Condition Good. Lightly used, with very light scratches, or minor cosmetic wear, but has absolutely no structural issues.
Creation Date 1970
Number of Pieces 2-3
Description Set of three nesting natural stone mosaic side tables on alternating heights. The tables are inlaid with unpolished textural stone in earth colors and pieces of brass and copper. The robustness and power of the dark natural materials, combined with the almost serene composition gives this very nice table a warm Ambience. A bit like removing the power of the earth in the house.

These tables are on three different heights; 13,7" (35 cm) -15,3" (39 cm) - 16,1" (41 cm) so that one fits partly under the other like a nest.
And 3 varying sizes of the top 23,6" x 23,6" (60 x 60 cm) -27,6 x 27,6" "(70 x 70 cm) - 39,3" x 39,3 (100 x100 cm)

Designed by the Dutch sculptor, mosaic artist and painter Kingma, The Hague 1913-2003 and manufactured by Kneip 1998.
The heavy weighted tops fit loosely in to wooden bases and are separated for shipping.
Styles / Movements Mid Century, Modern
Incollect Reference Number 307753
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