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Large brass & chrome coffee table with small tables by Maison Charles, 1960s, set of 5

Large brass & chrome coffee table with small tables by Maison Charles, 1960s, set of 5


Brand house charles Designer

Regular price 3.000,00 €
Regular price 8.000,00 € Sale price 3.000,00 €
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  • Height in cm: 43.0
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  • Width in cm: 104.0
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Zustand: good condition Light scratches

This rare bicolor sofa table by Maison Jean Charles is a striking piece of furniture from France, designed and manufactured around 1970. It is characterized by its low construction and innovative design with a large table and four smaller tables nested underneath. The material combination of brass and chrome not only gives the table a unique bicolor look, but also reflects the typical style of the era. Each of the four smaller tables is designed to be stored under the main table, which not only creates an aesthetically pleasing design but also offers practical flexibility in the use of the living space. The glass plates that serve as table tops are deliberately loosely inserted, which gives the whole a lighter and airier character, while at the same time making it easier to clean and maintain. The condition of the table is described as very good, which is not always a given with vintage furniture, especially that from renowned design houses such as Maison Jean Charles. This suggests that the table has been carefully handled and maintained, which further increases its appeal for collectors and lovers of vintage interiors. Maison Jean Charles is known for its exquisite craftsmanship and innovative design, and this sofa table is a great example of that. It combines functionality with a sophisticated aesthetic that is typical of French design of the 1970s. Such a piece can serve as a focal point of any living space and fits seamlessly into a variety of interior styles, from classic to modern.
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