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Carl Aubo?ck Model #3642 Brass and Oak Table

Documentation Signed
Origin Austria
Period New
Materials Polished Brass, Oak
Dimensions
W. 15.25 in; H. 19 in; D. 15.5 in;
W. 38.74 cm; H. 48.26 cm; D. 39.37 cm;
Condition New.
Description Carl Auböck model #3642 brass and oak table designed in the 1950s, this incredibly refined and sculptural table is executed in beautifully grained oak and polished brass. Inspired by the folding map tables carried by French officers under Napolean, the table folds for easy versatility. Price is per item. One in stock ready to ship. Available in unlimited quantities. Please note that in-stock availability subject to change. Allow additional 2-3 weeks for items not in stock. Can take up to 8 weeks. Produced by Carl Auböck IV in the original Auböck Werkstätte in the 7th district of Vienna using the same exacting standers, high-quality materials, original molds and techniques of his legendary grandfather. Auböck's design career was long and varied, reaching its pinnacle of prestige at the Triennale di Milano in 1954, where he received four gold medals in recognition of his iconic work. Please note only one representative example shown in images. Finish varies from item to item due to the handmade nature of their fabrication.
Styles / Movements Contemporary, Mid Century, Modern
Incollect Reference Number 397501
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