Maison Leleu, Rare Adjustable Table, France, circa 1965

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About

Adjustable height center table which extends to dining table length. Mahogany with patinated and gilt metal accents.

The length when fully extended is 141".
The height ranges from 22.5" to 28.5".

This model was displayed in the 1965 SICOB, an exhibition of office furniture that included many Leleu pieces.

For illustrations of this identical model, see Siriex, Franc¸oise. The House of Leleu, New York: Hudson Hills Press, 2008. 332, 334.

Details

    Dimensions
    22.5 in. H
    57 cm H
  • Diameter
    41.5
  • Seller Location
    New York, NY
  • Number of Items
    1
  • Reference Number
    LU78132735092
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