- W: 200 cm
- D: 97 cm
- H: 72 cm
Manufacturer: Niels Vodder
Ref. no: 2997
A unique table designed c. 1951 for Arne Jacobsen’s private residence in Søholm
The table worked as a prototype for the model that later went into production for Fritz Hansen.
Provenance: The family of Arne Jacobsen
Literature: Carsten Thau & Kjeld Vindum ‘Arne Jacobsen’, 2001, Danish Architectural Press, p. 345 for the exact table
2 additional leaves of 49 & 68 cm
Designed in 1967 for the library at the Danish Institute of Science and Art in Rome.
Literature: Arne Karlsen, Danish Furniture Design in the 20th Century, Christian Ejlers forlag, Vol. 2 pp. 36-37
Designed in 1952. Presented at the Copenhagen Cabinet-makers’ Guild Exhibition the same year.
Model no. JH567
3 additional leaves of each 55 cm
Literature: Grete Jalk, ’40 Years of Danish Furniture Design – The Copenhagen Cabinet-makers’ Guild Exhibitions’. Volume 3 pp. 212-213
Designed in 1936, this example made in 1941
Labeled and stamped by cabinetmaker Karl Mathsson
Literature: Dag Widman, Karin Winter & Nina Stritzler-Levine, ’Bruno Mathsson’, Bokförlaget Arena 2006, pp. 24-25