Pair of African Mahogany Side Tables by Edward Barnsley, England, circa 1956 (c. 1956 United Kingdom)

Pair of African Mahogany Side Tables by Edward Barnsley, England, circa 1956
Artists/Makers/Factories

EDWARD BARNSLEY (1900-1987)

Medium

African Mahogany

Dimensions

115.00cm wide   76.00cm high   45.00cm deep (45.28 inches wide  29.92 inches high  17.72 inches deep)

Literature

Lit “Pioneers of Modern Craft; twelve essays profiling key figures in the history of Contemporary Crafts(Studies in Design and Material Culture) by Margot Coatts p17.
 

Condition

Very Good Condition

Description / Expertise

A pair of side tables by Edward Barnsley
African mahogany with Holly stringing.
The “D” shaped tops on octagonal turned legs inlaid with small marquetry roundels joined by inswept stretchers.
The tables were made for the anti-room and designed to be back to back as a centre table.
Measures: 115 cm wide x 45 cm deep x 76 cm high.

Prov; Designed for the private dining room of the Appleby Frodingham steel works, Scunthorpe 1956.
Sold Phillips British Design sale 25th September 2001
Hempsons Solicitors, 40 Villiers St, London
Lit “Pioneers of Modern Craft; twelve essays profiling key figures in the history of Contemporary Crafts(Studies in Design and Material Culture) by Margot Coatts p17.
 

Price

gbp 10000.00 (Pound Sterling)

FOR SALE