American Oak Dining Table by Robsjohn-Gibbings -1970's
George Nakashima style oversized oak dining table, designed by Robsjohn-Gibbings. Gibbings worked for the same company as Nakashima called Widdicomb. This particular piece is more high-end than the Widdicomb furniture pieces so it was probably a bespoke piece, also suggested by its unusually large size. We also have a large credenza available to complete the dining room.
The elegant saber legs reference the typical Japanese shrine. Also, be aware that oak was a very precious and prestigious wood in Japan. Due to its oversize dimensions, the piece can also be used as a conference table or a modern refectory table. As it easily seats ten people.
Continental US€ 1350
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