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Vintage iconic dining set featuring a Le Corbusier textured glass Cassina LC6 table matched to 6 chrome and black leather Mies van der Rohe MR10 dining chairs by Knoll.
Designed within the same period in the late 1920s this iconic set is a perfect marriage of designs by two of the foremost designers of the 20th Century. Le Corbusier’s table comfortable seats 6 and the MR10s are the perfect proportion to tuck under when not in use on either side and at each end as shown in the photos. The two also complement each other with the black metal of the table matching the leather of the chairs, and with the chrome and thick textured crystal glass adding elegance and sophistication.
They are offered on this listing to be sold as a set and both the table and chairs are in very good vintage condition. However, both the table and chairs are available to purchase separately and therefore further details and information (including additional pictures) can be found on my other separate listings for them available on this website: Table HERE - Chairs HERE.
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Le Corbusier LC6 and Mies van der Rohe MR10 dining set by Cassina and Knoll
Textured crystal glass, Chrome, Leather and Steel
Bauhaus, Mid Century Modern, Iconic 20th Century Design
Date of production
Table: Height adjustable to 69-75cm X W225 X D85cm
Chairs: H81 x W47 x D85cms
Seat Height: 44.5cms
Number of pieces included in price
Very good with just a few age related marks.
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