Swag Leg Round Dining Table
Inspired by:- George Nelson
Upon ordering your items will be handcrafted especially for you. This takes time and expertise so we allow 4 -5 weeks for manufacture, quality assurance and packaging. 4 weeks travel to the U.K., and then there’s customs clearance and admin. It’s worth the wait!
|Dispatched Date||Delivered 10-16 weeks|
|Lead Time||10 - 14 Weeks|
|Original Designer||George Nelson|
|Five Years Gurantee||Yes|
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This classic mid century designed dining table features a large white melamine surface over a MDF top and big enough to comfortably seat 5-6 people, and add a touch of mid century modern class to your decor.
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- Product Dimension: Width 120cm, Depth 120cm, Height 76cm
- Packing Dimension 1: Width 125cm, Depth 125m, Height 80cm
- Packing Dimension 2: Width 87cm, Depth 41cm, Height 80cm
- CBM: 1.25 / 0.28 Weight: 18.5kg
This replica Swag Leg Round Dining Table designed in 1958 by George Nelson. This dining table can be used as a meeting table or large work surface. This round table has a White Laminate top with a Walnut Veneer edge band, and four chrome-finished steel tube legs with two solid walnut stretchers and adjustable glides.Read More Read Less
This replica Swag Leg Round Dining Table designed in 1958 by George Nelson. This dining table can be used as a meeting table or large work surface. This round table has a White Laminate top with a Walnut Veneer edge band, and four chrome-finished steel tube legs with two solid walnut stretchers and adjustable glides.
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George Nelson, born 1908 in Hartford, Connecticut was an American industrial designer and one of the founders of American Modernism. He did not originally set out to become an architect but fate lead him to the path when one rainy day he happened upon the architecture school at Yale, when he ducked into a building and as he walks his way through the building, he immediately found where he belonged. Entering the profession in the depths of the Great Depression, Nelson competed for and was awarded a Rome Prize, which provided a two-year stipend to study at the American Academy in Rome. George Nelson shaped the course of design in America for over four decades. Many of his designs were known worldwide including the Coconut Chair, Marshmallow Sofa, and Ball Clock to name a few.
The name George Nelson is only used to describe the characteristics of the goods made to the original design, and not as a trademark.