Adrian Pearsall Sculpted Walnut Side Tables for Craft Associates


Pair of sculpted side tables designed by Adrian Pearsall for Craft Associates in the United States circa 1960s. These beautiful side tables feature an ‘X’ shaped walnut wood frame with an interlocked solid base that tightly holds the new circular glass tops. Elegant and sculptural design that has been impeccably refinished by our craftsmen, giving them many more years of use.

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SPECIFICATIONS

Country

United States

Manufacturer

Craft Associates

Date of Manufacturer

1960-1969

Period Style

Mid-Century Modern

Materials

Walnut Wood, New Glass Tops

Condition

Excellent

Extra Conditions

Newly Refinished, New Glass Tops

Number of Items

2

Dimensions

20.25in H x 20in W x 20in D

ID Number

5558

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MEET THE DESIGNER

Adrian Pearsall

Adrian Pearsall pieces deliver diversity and quality with a mix of organic geometric contours in varying materials including walnut, glass, metal, resin and vibrant upholstery. Adrian Pearsall’s designs remain a symbol of mid-century modernism and what was referred to as atomic age designs. Born in Trumansburg, New York, Pearsall joined the U.S. Navy at seventeen during WWII. Once he completed his service, he attended the University of Illinois where he studied Architectural Engineering. Not before long did he transition into designing and crafting his first furniture pieces out of his home in Kensington, Pennsylvania. With newfound success in furniture building, Pearsall established Craft Associates in 1952.

The upcoming years were busy and full of success for Pearsall. It was during the 1950’s when he created his most famous coffee tables, lounge chairs, and sofas. He is said to have invented the long, low gondola sofa and is known for his free-form walnut coffee, side and dining tables. Due to the high demand and abundance of designs produced, some of his pieces remain un-cataloged. In the late 1960s, Adrian Pearsall sold Craft Associates to the Lane Company but continued to design furniture for them until the company discontinued activities in the 1970s. That is when Pearsall joined John Graham to establish Comfort Designs, where he stayed until his retirement from modern furniture design in the 1980s. After his retirement, Pearsall dedicated his time to yacht restoration ands is recognized for restoring significant vessels.

Although many describe Adrian Pearsall’s work as “in the style of Kagan,” it is evident that though his designs were influenced by the works of Kagan, Nakashima and Knoll, they were still special and unique in their own right. Today many mid-century modern collectors continue to seek out his designs and his legacy remains.



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PRODUCT CARE

Wood

  • Keep the furniture in a cool, dry place
  • Avoid furniture's direct exposure to rain, sun or wind
  • Avoid placing hot objects directly on the piece to prevent undesirable marks or permanent circles.
  • Avoid placing objects that may cause scratches to the surface
  • Clean using water only in small quantities and apply it with soft, damp cloth
  • After damp cloth wipe with a soft, dry cloth
  • You can use other liquids that are especially for cleaning wood furniture. Take into account the type of wood and follow the manufacturer's instructions

Glass

  • Avoid placing objects that cause scratches to the surface
  • Use a soft , damp cloth lint
  • Use newspaper to drag dirt and leave no marks
  • Dry glass using dry newspaper or a soft cloth
  • Use liquid glass cleaner, following the manufacturer's instructions

Adrian Pearsall Sculpted Walnut Side Tables for Craft Associates

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Pair of sculpted side tables designed by Adrian Pearsall for Craft Associates in the United States circa 1960s. These beautiful side tables feature an ‘X’ shaped walnut wood frame with an interlocked solid base that tightly holds the new circular glass tops. Elegant and sculptural design that has been impeccably refinished by our craftsmen, giving them many more years of use.

SPECIFICATIONS




SHOPPING WITH DANISH MODERN L.A. MEANS


Quality Management

Our quality management system allows us to provide you with exclusive products of a very high caliber.

Pro Customer Service

Friendly assistance through efficient communication focused on providing you timely information.

Authenticity Guaranteed

Each product is meticulously evaluated by our team of experts, guaranteeing you top quality authenticity.

Secure Online Purchasing

With our online shopping system, you can acquire precious treasures in a comfortable, safe and reliable way.

SHIPPING

Shipping around the world

RETURNS ACCEPTED

All items can be returned or exchanged

ONLINE PAYMENT METHODS

We accept the following methods

Visa Logo Master Card Logo Pay Pal Logo American Express Logo Discover Logo Affirm Payments

MEET THE DESIGNER


Adrian Pearsall



Adrian Pearsall pieces deliver diversity and quality with a mix of organic geometric contours in varying materials including walnut, glass, metal, resin and vibrant upholstery. Adrian Pearsall’s designs remain a symbol of mid-century modernism and what was referred to as atomic age designs. Born in Trumansburg, New York, Pearsall joined the U.S. Navy at seventeen during WWII. Once he completed his service, he attended the University of Illinois where he studied Architectural Engineering. Not before long did he transition into designing and crafting his first furniture pieces out of his home in Kensington, Pennsylvania. With newfound success in furniture building, Pearsall established Craft Associates in 1952.

The upcoming years were busy and full of success for Pearsall. It was during the 1950’s when he created his most famous coffee tables, lounge chairs, and sofas. He is said to have invented the long, low gondola sofa and is known for his free-form walnut coffee, side and dining tables. Due to the high demand and abundance of designs produced, some of his pieces remain un-cataloged. In the late 1960s, Adrian Pearsall sold Craft Associates to the Lane Company but continued to design furniture for them until the company discontinued activities in the 1970s. That is when Pearsall joined John Graham to establish Comfort Designs, where he stayed until his retirement from modern furniture design in the 1980s. After his retirement, Pearsall dedicated his time to yacht restoration ands is recognized for restoring significant vessels.

Although many describe Adrian Pearsall’s work as “in the style of Kagan,” it is evident that though his designs were influenced by the works of Kagan, Nakashima and Knoll, they were still special and unique in their own right. Today many mid-century modern collectors continue to seek out his designs and his legacy remains.

Read More...


PRODUCT CARE


Wood

  • Keep the furniture in a cool, dry place
  • Avoid furniture's direct exposure to rain, sun or wind
  • Avoid placing hot objects directly on the piece to prevent undesirable marks or permanent circles.
  • Avoid placing objects that may cause scratches to the surface
  • Clean using water only in small quantities and apply it with soft, damp cloth
  • After damp cloth wipe with a soft, dry cloth
  • You can use other liquids that are especially for cleaning wood furniture. Take into account the type of wood and follow the manufacturer's instructions

Glass

  • Avoid placing objects that cause scratches to the surface
  • Use a soft , damp cloth lint
  • Use newspaper to drag dirt and leave no marks
  • Dry glass using dry newspaper or a soft cloth
  • Use liquid glass cleaner, following the manufacturer's instructions