Round Mid-Century Tripod Oak Dining Table by Martin Visser for 't Spectrum

Round Mid-Century Tripod Oak Dining Table by Martin Visser for ‘t Spectrum


This round table with its characteristic dark tripod base was designed by Martin Visser in the 1960s. With its diameter of 150 cm (59 inches) this sturdy and heavy table easily seats six people.

The tabletop consists of three parts of oak veneered wood. The base is made of three crossed legs made of solid darkened wood. Both the tabletop and the legs are in a very good condition, hardly showing any traces of use.

Martin Visser (1922-1980) was a Dutch designer who made it to the national top and later became part of the international avant-garde.

He started his career at the furniture department of De Bijenkorf, the most exclusive of Dutch department stores. In 1954 he excepted a job offer at ‘t Spectrum – one of the leading design manufacturers of the country – and became Head of Design. It was a major success. His sleek and elegant designs combining lots of functionality have always been loved in his come country and are more and more sought after by international collectors.


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