Made in America in the 1960's this table is built with a mahogany top with an ebonized mahogany base .The style find its inspiration with Brasilia architecture from the celebrated designer architect Oscar Niemeyer , he did not design this line of furniture contrary to some posting , Pearsall has been attributed this line ,while he did work for Broyhill no document exist to confirm it .The line was presented at Seattle World's Fair in 1962. The condition is very good , it was recently refinished so it is ready to grace your interior . The base and side is ebonized so you can still see the grain of the wood . " Decorating is eliminating " was Paul Frankl favorite slogan. Today it can be a desk , a entry hall or occasional table i or just a dining room table , it was purchased in LA .
Size H .30 x D. 44, without leaves but could be added easily, good antique condition.