London, South Kensington
8 July 2009
AN ELM FIVE SECTION COFFEE TABLE
BY ERCOL, CIRCA 1965
The central table flanked by four concave-shaped outer tables, labelled 'Ercol, Made in England'
19¼ in. (49 cm.) high; 45¼ in. (115 cm.) wide overall
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Lucian Ercolani (d.1976) opended his business in High Wycombe in 1920. He perfected the technique of steam-bending elm in large quantities to form the famous 'Windsor Bow'.
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