1960’s G Plan Quadrille nest of three tables, in teak and afrormosia
Delivering from: Manchester, United Kingdom (UK)
In 1953, Donald Gomme, the designer at E Gomme, decided to produce a range of modern furniture for the entire house which could be bought piece-by-piece according to budgets. Advertising was key to the brands early success with the furniture advertised in magazines and in cinemas direct to the public. Designs were available for several years so people could collect them slowly. All furniture was marked with a distinctive brand mark.
These G Plan Quadrille nest of three tables are in beautiful condition given the age, these iconic timeless trio are the most perfect example of functionality meets uber cool design. Teak wooden table tops have minimal signs of use and have been really well cared for, the legs equally mark free finished in aformosia (African teak)
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