A Vintage British Mid century Merrow Associates Model 342R dining table in rosewood and chrome with cream ‘Lazy Susan’.

Merrow Associates produced many outstanding British mid century pieces throughout the 1960’s and 70’s and stood out as producing a more modernist style of design during the period. Their suite of furniture designs encompassed dining and coffee tables as well as wall units, book shelves and serving trolleys.

 

This table is perhaps their most iconic and sought after table design featuring a revolving ‘Lazy Susan’ centrepiece set in beautifully figured and matched quarter panelled wood and supported by thick chrome legs. The table top, at 138cms, will comfortably seat 6 and the design suits many different styles of dining chairs.

 

The table is presented in good vintage condition with a few marks to the top, frame and chrome work commensurate with age and use. There is no rust or flaking of the chrome and the legs can be easily removed from the top for transportation if required. 
 

 

 

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Mid Century Dining Table Designed by Richard Young For Merrow Associates, 1960s

£1,450.00Price
  • Materials
    Rosewood and Chrome

     

    Style
    Mid Century, 20th Century Design


     

    Era or date of production
    Table: Circa 1965-75

     

    Dimensions
    Height. 74cm.
    Diameter. 138cm.

     

    Number of pieces included in price
    1

     

    Condition
    Good vintage condition with a few marks here and there commensurate with age and use.

     

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