A reproduction of an occasional table which was amongst Pierre Paulin's very first designs from 1953. Scandinavian-inspired, the purity of its lines, its geometric treatment and in particular its four oblique legs are characteristic of the style of the Fifties. Its cutout hand-holds lend it a mobility which also enables it to be used as a serving or breakfast tray. Mobile occasional table in solid natural or black-stained oak or in cherrywood. Top with two cutout handles. Slim lateral edging on the two long sides. The screen-printed signature of Pierre Paulin appears in light grey on the edge of the top near the handle.
LOW TABLE NATURAL OAK
LOW TABLE BLACK STAINED OAK
LOW TABLE CHERRYWOOD
Occasional table in solid European cherry wood, with natural matte varnish. Top with two scooped out handles. End side stop on both long sides. The Pierre Paulin stamp is screen-printed in light grey on the edge of the top near the handle.