500 Table
500 Table
500 Table
500 Table
500 Table
500 Table

500 Table

£2,600.00
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Brand: House of Finn Juhl

Designer: Finn Juhl

This series of coffee tables was designed by Finn Juhl for France & Son in 1958, in similar fashion to the Japan Series. During the 50s the company accounted for 60 % of all Danish furniture exports.

The table represents a style that became very typical for Scandinavian mid-century furniture.

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    • 84cm/145cm (l) 78cm/51cm (w) 46cm (h)
    • The 500 Table is manufactured in solid oak or walnut and is available in two sizes.
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Brand: House of Finn Juhl

Designer: Finn Juhl

This series of coffee tables was designed by Finn Juhl for France & Son in 1958, in similar fashion to the Japan Series. During the 50s the company accounted for 60 % of all Danish furniture exports.

The table represents a style that became very typical for Scandinavian mid-century furniture.

Click here to learn more information about this item.

If you would like any further information, click here to email us and we'll be in touch within 24 hours.

    • 84cm/145cm (l) 78cm/51cm (w) 46cm (h)
    • The 500 Table is manufactured in solid oak or walnut and is available in two sizes.

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