1970's Nathan Furniture Burlington Teak Tables


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Third quarter 20th Century

United Kingdom

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1970's Nathan Furniture Burlington Teak Tables

A stylish nest of two Nathan Furniture 'Burlington' Teak Tables dating from the 1970's, the tops of elliptical form with cross-banded edges, upon shaped supports.

Larger table: 50cm high x 52cm wide x 47.5cm deep
Smaller table: 48cm high x 45cm wide x 45.4cm deep

There would originally have been a third, smaller table, which is now missing.

Nathan Furniture is an enduring British company with a long history, producing elegant designs and quality craftsmanship.
In 1916 Russian born Barnett Nathan began to manufacture handcrafted pieces of furniture from a workshop in Hackney Road, East London. In 1963 the company began to focus on the highly desirable Scandinavian style. Nathan released the 'Citadel' range of teak furniture which was simple, elegant and functional. It was a nationwide success.


Third quarter 20th Century

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With a lifelong passion for the subject, Lisa has worked in the word of art and antiques for over 25 years.  Sixteen of these were spent as a Director of an Auctioneers in London before moving to South West France with her husband Marc Allum to restore a rambling 17th Century Chateau, which they used as base to host art and antique holidays. 
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