Ercol nest of pebble tables, Model 354, Blue Label, 1950s
This British classic design was first launched in 1957. Designed by Lucien Ercolani for the Windsor range, this beautiful set is marked with the blue label, making it one of the early 1950s models and is in excellent condition. It is no surprise that this model was relaunched in 2010 such is the ageless beauty and simplicity of this piece.
Materials:Beech legs and Elm Seat
Maker: Ercol, Blue label
Dimensions: W: 65cm - D. 45cm - H. 41cm
Condition:Excellent original condition and professionally refinished. Some very slight age-related marks to the vinyl which do not detract from the overall appearance.
Free UK delivery: Up to 50 miles from Beverley, HU17.
International: Contact us for details with your country and postcode.
Mid Century 1960's White and Newton Dressing Table/desk with mirror in light teak with beech trim.
White and Newton of Portsmouth, like many other British Mid Century manufacturers, was heavily involved in the WW2 effort, employing new and innovative technologies in the production of aircraft and parts.
Following the war, it returned to furniture making and adapted these new methods into the creation of modern and ergonomic designs.
This beautiful dressing table is a wonderful example of mid century British furniture using simple design principles with the addition of elegant recessed handles in beech trim.
Dimensions: L. 153 cm - D. 46cm - H. 67 cm - H. 115 cm (with mirror)
Delivery: Free to UK mainland within 50 miles of HU17 Beverley, mileage charge thereafter. International: please contact us for a quote with your country / postcode.
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