Pierre Jeanneret ‘Library Table’ Model PJ-TAT-08-A
Monumental collector’s table in solid teak. Thick, removable top with solid wood apron. Two sturdy V-angle type side leg assemblies slot in beneath iron blocks affixed to the top of the reverse of the table. Part of our extensive collection of over forty dining tables and chair sets as seen on this site, thus why we are referred to as the King of Dining rooms.
Provenance: Law Block, Penjab University
France, India, circa 1955
With markings indicating provenance – These are authentic and directly from Chandigarh, India. These chairs have been lightly washed and polished. The upholstery and springs are brand new off-white suede. The wear to the wood and strong patina is an indication of age – we ensure to preserve the patina as best as possible. Dimensions vary slightly due to the handmade nature of this design. Our gallery has served the world of high design for over 40 years and we personally guarantee each and every item we sell. We have been a leading seller on all internet sites with hundreds of five star reviews without a single negative review for decades.
Bibliography: Eric Touchaleaume et Gérald Moreau, “Le Corbusier Pierre Jeanneret – L’Aventure Indienne, Design Art Architecture” Ed. Gourcuff Gradenigo / Eric Touchaleaume, Paris, 2010.
Other French designers of the period include Jean Prouvé, Maison Jansen, Charlotte Perriand, Pierre Paulin, Yves Klein, Jacques Adnet, Jean Royere, Pierre Chapo, Philippe Starck, Audoux Minet, Andre Arbus, Le Corbusier, Jean Nouvel