Martin Visser for 't Spectrum: 1960s Wengé Dining Table from the Netherlands
EU-only due to CITES regulations
Presenting an exquisite dining table crafted from wengé-stained wood, a timeless creation by the renowned designer Martin Visser in the 1960s. This elegant piece features a round tabletop divided into three distinct sections, each accentuating the table's intrinsic beauty.
What sets this table apart is its extraordinary base, meticulously crafted from three intersecting legs of solid, darkened wood. This unique design element not only lends stability but also contributes significantly to the table's distinctive and captivating appearance.
The tabletop exhibits a remarkable and expressive grain pattern, characteristic of this exquisite hardwood. Its size, measuring 150 cm in diameter and standing at a height of 71 cm, ensures an inviting dining experience.
Martin Visser, a visionary Dutch designer, was celebrated for his innovative and functional furniture designs, and this wengé dining table stands as a testament to his creative prowess. Combining form and function, it embodies the quintessential qualities of mid-century design, making it a captivating addition to any interior.
Designer: Martin Visser
Manufacturer: 'T Spectrum
Material: Wengé, Oak
Height: 71 cm
Width: 150 cm
Depth: 150 cm
Very good, wear consistent with age and use.
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Please note that our FOUND ICONS are vintage and will never be in ‘NEW’ condition. All pieces will be subject to signs of aging and general wear, this is also reflected in our prices. They remain however fully functional, but it might show signs of age through scuffs, dings, faded finishes, minimal upholstery defects, or visible repairs. Please contact our team with any questions prior to purchase. We are happy to help!