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A rectangular oak Arts & Crafts library table in the manner of William Lethaby (1857-1931)

£ 4,400

Reference
4585
Height
74 cm (29 1/4")
Width
167 cm (65 3/4")
Depth
76 cm (29 1/1")
The rectangular top above a scalloped apron raised on four square-section chamfered legs on plinth feet joined by a central stretcher.

England, circa 1920s

Lethaby, an architect and designer, was highly influential in the Arts & Crafts and Modern movements. He contributed significant pieces to Scotland Yard and Cragside in Northumberland and co-founded the Art Workers Guild with William Morris. He was first Professor of Design at the Royal College of Art, London and Surveyor of Westminster Abbey.
Height
74 cm (29 1/4")
Width
167 cm (65 3/4")
Depth
76 cm (29 1/1")