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Item No. 391252

Nakashima Splay-Leg Coffee Table

C$ 3,820.00
4.1 out of 5 Customer Rating
Item No. 391252

Nakashima Splay-Leg Coffee Table

C$ 3,820.00
Walnut
Walnut Hickory
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  • Heirloom-quality, classic coffee table.
  • Superb use of wood and joinery.
  • By a legendary modern woodworking craftsman.
  • 17½" H 37¼" W 34¼" D
Detailed Dimensions

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Designed by George Nakashima for Knoll®
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Nakashima Splay-Leg Coffee Table
C$ 3,820.00
Details

Details

With his Splay-Leg Coffee Table (1946), George Nakashima showed his gifted sense of grain, texture, and balance. The veneered walnut or hickory top has a reverse slip-matched cathedral grain, which allows the table to be placed facing either way. Mortise and tenon joints and brass hardware secure the top to the angled solid walnut legs, creating a simple, heirloom-quality modern classic. A signature plate on the underside of the table attests to its authenticity. Manufactured by Knoll.
  • Heirloom-quality, classic coffee table.
  • Superb use of wood and joinery.
  • By a legendary modern woodworking craftsman.
Brand
Knoll®
Collection
Nakashima Collection
General Dimensions
  • 17½" H 37¼" W 34¼" D
Product Weight
44 lbs
Assembly
Comes fully assembled
Warranty
DWR honors a one (1) year warranty on all products. Brand-specific warranties may extend to longer periods.
Nakashima Splay-Leg Coffee Table

Nakashima Splay-Leg Coffee Table

  • Height (in): 17½
  • Width (in): 37¼
  • Depth (in): 34¼
  • Weight (lbs): 44
  • Walnut or hickory veneer top
  • Solid walnut legs
  • Brass hardware

George Nakashima

Although George Nakashima held several degrees in architecture and employed himself as an architect for a period, he still took time to apprentice in Japanese carpentry during an extended stay overseas. Nakashima would eventually form a studio in Pennsylvania that allowed him to craft furniture from pieces of wood that celebrated their natural imperfections: knots, gnarls, cracks.

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