David Wurster Nest of Tables for Raymor

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David Wurster Nest of Tables for Raymor

4,500.00

$4,500/set of three

United States
circa 1952

Nest of three tables with birch tops and blackened tubular steel legs. Designed by David Wurster and produced for Richards-Morgentau (Raymor) circa 1952. Wurster's lighting was a regular Good Design selection at MoMA in the early 1950's, and this nest of tables appears throughout the design literature at the time, including Furniture Forum in 1952, image attached here. Very hard to find as a complete original set of three. In fine structural condition; the tops have been refinished, the legs retain their original paint and end caps. Price is for the set. Measurements are of the largest table.

Condition
Fine structural condition. The tops have been refinished. The legs retain original paint and show areas of wear and minor losses consistent with age and use.

Measurements
Height: 21.5 in.
Width/length: 19.5 in.
Depth: 10.75 in.

Specifications
Number of items: 3
Materials/techniques: Birch, blackened tubular steel







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