Round Smoked Glass Mid-Century Modern Warren Platner for Knoll Dining Room Table

$5,500.00

Round Smoked Glass Mid-Century Modern Warren Platner for Knoll Dining Room Table
Vintage Warren Platner for Knoll Mid-Century modern dining table with circular tempered tinted beveled glass top on chrome basket base. The iconic dining table, which creates a focal point for any dining room, is created by welding curved steel rods to circular frames, simultaneously serving as structure and ornament. 54″ table seats up to 6 people.
Smoked Glass, Steel
American, 1970s
In 1966, the Platner Collection captured the “decorative, gentle, graceful” shapes that were beginning to infiltrate the modern vocabulary. The Arm Chair, which can be used as a dining chair or guest chair, is created by welding curved steel rods to circular and semi-circular frames, simultaneously serving as structure and ornament.
Other American designers of the period include Adrian Pearsall, Milo Baughman, Vladimir Kagan, Paul McCobb, Paul Evans, Warren Platner, Charles and Ray Eames, Eero Saarinen, George Nelson, Florence Knoll, Harvey Probber.

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    Round Smoked Glass Mid-Century Modern Warren Platner for Knoll Dining Room Table
    Vintage Warren Platner for Knoll Mid-Century modern dining table with circular tempered tinted beveled glass top on chrome basket base. The iconic dining table, which creates a focal point for any dining room, is created by welding curved steel rods to circular frames, simultaneously serving as structure and ornament. 54″ table seats up to 6 people.
    Smoked Glass, Steel
    American, 1970s
    In 1966, the Platner Collection captured the “decorative, gentle, graceful” shapes that were beginning to infiltrate the modern vocabulary. The Arm Chair, which can be used as a dining chair or guest chair, is created by welding curved steel rods to circular and semi-circular frames, simultaneously serving as structure and ornament.
    Other American designers of the period include Adrian Pearsall, Milo Baughman, Vladimir Kagan, Paul McCobb, Paul Evans, Warren Platner, Charles and Ray Eames, Eero Saarinen, George Nelson, Florence Knoll, Harvey Probber.