Egon Eiermann Table with Wicker Basket and Floor Mat, Germany, circa 1950

Eiermann, Egon
Wilde + Spieth
Coffee tables

A rare set of three pieces by German architect Egon Eiermann. A 'SE 330' coffee table designed in 1952 for Wilde & Spieth. The table is made of a tubular steel frame and a round walnut veneer top. The table has a 75.5 cm (30") diameter and is 61 cm (24") high. The matching wicker floor mat and waste basket were designed circa 1949 and produced by Friedrich Herr (1949-1952). These pieces are from the same time and in the same style of Eiermann’s famous E14 stool and E10 lounge chair. The floor mat has a diameter of 123 cm (48.5"). The basket is 44 cm (17") high and has a diameter of 32.5 cm (13").  

  • 695
  • Price on request
  • 23.6 In / 60.0 cm
  • 29.7 In / 75.5 cm

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