Knoll George Nakashima - Splay legs table and tray
George Nakashima ca.1946
The Splay-Leg Table is a remarkable example of George Nakashima's talent for synthesizing traditional influences and modern simplicity. Featuring low-sheen finishes that amplify the natural grain, the table showcases Nakashima's sensitivity to nature and his legendary craftsmanship. Designed to complement the Splay-Leg Table, the Nakashima Tray is a remarkable example of the designer's talent for synthesizing traditional influences and modern simplicity.
Construction and Details
Tabletop is constructed with Hickory or American Walnut veneer with reverse, slip-matched cathedral pattern and matching solid wood edge
Legs, apron and edge detail are American Walnut
Base uses Mortise and tenon joints with solid brass hardware
Finished in a clear, low-sheen finish
Nylon glides included
George Nakashima’s signature is stamped on the underside of the tabletop
Tray tops are constructed of solid Douglas Fir lumber that is quarter-cut and finished in a clear, low-sheen finish
Tray edge detail is either solid Brazilian Santos or solid Wenge; edge details are joined to top with mortise and tenon joints
GREENGUARD Indoor Air Quality Certified®
Width: 37 ¾"
Depth: 34 ¼"
Height: 17 ½"
Width: 21 3/8"
Height: 1 3/4"