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By Quistgaard, Jens Harald (Danish, 1919-2008)
This stylish, minimalist coffee table was created by the pioneer of the Scandanavian modern movement in furniture design, Jens Harald Quistgaard.
The coffee table features a rectangular light teak wood top with a raised edge, which is supported on four chromed metal legs. These legs are linked by teak wood turned batons, which taper at their ends.
This table was created by the important mid-20th Century Danish designer, Jens Harald Quistgaard. Quitstgaard’s designs are often described as Scandanavian modern in their style, since they are characterised by their simplicity and functionality. The movement was influenced by the Bauhaus school, active in Germany in the early 20th Century. The table was manufactured by Richard Nissen, a major furniture company, based in Denmark in the mid-late 20th Century
A similar Quistgaard table was sold in Christie's New York, Important 20th Century Decorative Art & Design Sale 2454 on 16 June 2011 for $122,500.
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