Richard Schultz Petal Dining Table in White for Knoll, USA, 1960s

Schultz, Richard
Dining tables
United States

A white petal dining table by Richard Schultz for Knoll. The table is made of eight wooden petal-like pieces, mounted on an aluminum 'spider.' The petal dining table was a collaboration of Richard Schultz with Knoll International. He designed this table in 1960 as a companion piece to the Bertoia wire chairs and cites the plant Queen Anne's Lace as his inspiration for this delicate table with its flower-like top sprouting from the elegant pedestal base.

Labeled by Knoll.

  • 1651
  • Price on request
  • 26.0 In / 66.0 cm
  • 41.9 In / 106.5 cm

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