Oval Basset-Lowke Dining table

Oval Basset-Lowke Dining table

Inspired by Charles Rennie Mackintosh




This series (tables, chairs and sideboard) was designed by Mackintosh in 1918 for ‘Candida Cottage’, the country home of W.J. Basset-Lowke, a Southampton industrialist. At least, this is the story according to scholars: the furniture was, in fact, never made while Mackintosh was alive. It was rejected by Basset-Lowke, who judged the plans too modern for the times. Only the designs survived, kept by the University of Glasgow, which contain no annotations regarding the work. Open pore black lacquered ashwood frame (on request, also available in other colours). Mother of pearl inserts inside the chairs and the sideboard. For the chairs, seat with handmade braided straw. Oval table with two sides reclining top.
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Made to order within 
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If you wish a different product configurationto suit your home you can select any of the variant available from the PDF sheet above and contact our customer service


100% Made in Italy. Table top folding at two sides. ashwood frame and veneered top, open pore black lacquered (available on demand also stained walnut).

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