4 November 2014
BØRGE MOGENSEN (1914-1972)
A RARE CENTRE TABLE, 1949
executed by cabinetmaker Erhard Rasmussen, Vavona burl veneered and beechwood
25 3/8 in. (64.5 cm.) high; 67 3/8 in. (171 cm.) long ; 31 1/8 in. (80 cm.) wide
Dansk Møbelkunst, Copenhagen, 2002;
Private Collection, Ireland.
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Similar example illustrated:
Domus, 286, September 1953, p. 29;
G. Jalk, 40 Years of Danish Furniture Design, Copenhagen, 1987, Volume III, pp. 34-36.
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