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Coffee Table - Glass Top

Designer Chandigarh Collective
Collection Project Chandigarh
Year/Period 1960
Dimensions ( cm / in ) H 15 / L 48.1 / W 18.2 H 38.0 / L 122.0 / W 46.0
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Product Description

The Coffee Table - Glass Top is a re-edition of the centre table that was made for public buildings in Chandigarh in the 1960s. The upper ‘U’ portion of the table is made of teak veneer glued to high quality water resistant plywood. The horizontal and vertical pieces of veneer that make up the upper portion have a visible 45 degree mitre joint between them. The 8mm glass table top is supported by a wooden stiffener that runs along the length of the table, just below the glass. There are two other solid teak braces that run along the length of the table and on which the top U base rests. The V-legs of the table are made of solid teak and are rounded along the edges.

Product Specification

Standard dimensions H 15 / L 48.1 / W 18.2 H 38.0 / L 122.0 / W 46.0
Materials Teak (Tectona grandis) Teak Veneer Plywood Glass
Product variants N/A
Other information Glass Top Height - 14.4 36.5
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Product Options

We offer this product in Natural Teak or Dark Stain finish. The natural teak finish highlights the golden brown colour of raw teak and is finished with a transparent polish. The dark stain is a result of a single coat of water based wood stain, hand applied to give the timber a deeper hue. (Please note that each batch of teak is unique and actual shade may vary from the reference images.)

Wood Finish Options - Natural Teak / Dark Stain

Colour swatch of Natural Teak
Natural Teak
Colour swatch of Dark Stain
Dark Stain
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