Charles Elliptical Eiffel Wire CoffeeTable American Walnut
Charles and Ray Eames spent many years experimenting with wire rods, work that yielded a number of breakthrough products in the 1950s. They considered many shapes for this large table introduced in 1951, but their final choice was elliptical. It reminds some of a surfboard. That's fitting, given that the Eames enjoyed commanding views of the Pacific Ocean from their California home and studio.
The wire-base tabletop consists of seven layers of Baltic birch plywood, sandwiched between high-pressure American walnut laminate.
The Wire rod design base, a signature Eames look, is available in chrome.
This is a high quality reproduction of the original.
This is not manufactured by Herman Miller or nor associated with Eames Office.
10.00"H x 70.88"L x 23.63"W plywood with American walnut natural color PV001 vaneer top, polished stainless steel base, knocked down packed.