Ivar Callmander side table with hammered copper feet and silk embroidered fabric

Coffee tables
Early 20th century

A coffee table attributed to Swedish architect Ivar Callmander (1880 - 1951). The table is made of oak with hand-hammered copper feet and has a glass top with a decorated cloth underneath. The cloth is an embroidered silk with a geometrical pattern with botanic decorations of flowers and butterflies in wonderful faded tones of blue, off-white and golden.

This table was designed for and used in his own house in Storängen, in the period 1906-1916.

We suspect the fabric to be from an old kimono or another richly decorated piece of clothing. 

  • 6572
  • Price on request
  • 24.0 In / 61.0 cm
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