Dutch Coffee Table for Fristho in Teak 1960s
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Fristho, coffee table, teak and stainless steel, The Netherlands, 1960s.
The rectangular top is made with teak veneer slats. The warm expression of the basic top beautifully contrasts to the thin tubular steel legs. At the end of the legs there are slightly tapered teak tips, that form a very refined detail. The well sized coffee table has a floating character, due to the inwards position of the legs. Due to the neutral design, it can be combined with different styles of seating elements. A wonderful piece that will contribute to the luxury in any living room or lobby. Marked with Fristho label on the bottom.
Fristho (1921-1978) was a design manufacturer in the north of The Netherlands. Jean Baptist Merckx and Gustaaf Andries de Vries founded the company. In the 1960s, Fristho advertised themselves with being 'No. 1 in Nordic design'. At the same time Fristho was rooted in Dutch functionalism which created furniture that was well-constructed, objective and timeless.