I can't Realistically lower these prices, so please bid now.
You Ultra-Modern GO-MOD Design Addicts are looking at an Original ~~~"KNOLL, SAARINEN PEDESTAL "TULIP" DINING TABLE!!!"~~~
Super Rare Size, Desirable Teak Wood Top, Cast Iron Base, straight from Original Owner.
1956 design, by Eero Saarinen, for Knoll, c.late 1950's, in Good Vintage Condition!!!
Priced Today @ $4,190.00 USD, + $200.00 S&H; = $4390.00/each.
"Buy-It-Now" for Over 1/2 OFF, No 14-16 Week Lead Time!!!

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This is the 3rd time running for this table, no more backouts, or lame excuses.
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2 Bidders retracted their bids, when they saw another table was listed for less (and both sold for more).
1 Winner bought another table after winning, and said she doesn't need 2 tables.
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Authentic Knoll Pedestal Group (Tulip) DIning Table in Excellent Structural Condition, and Good Cosmetic Condition. The actual Teak Wood 54"L x 36"W Top

Own one of the Museum of Modern Art's (MoMA NYC) "Permanent Collection" Designs!!!

Eero Saarinen, for Knoll International, 1956.
Cast Iron Base, Rilsan Coating, Fiberglass, Upholstery.
Made in USA by Knoll.

Base in cast iron, rilsan coated finish. Top in wood core and veneered in Bankok Teak. Serial #'s of design are located on the underside rim of the base.

In his purist approach to design, Finnish-born Eero Saarinen sought out the essential idea and reduced it to the most effective structural solution. He designed the 1956 Tulip chair in terms of its setting, rather than a particular shape. "In any design problem, one should seek the solution in terms of the next largest thing." he said. "If the problem is a chair, then its solution must be found in the way it relates to the room..." In the Tulip, Saarinen realized his ideal of formal unity: "Every significant piece of furniture has a holistic structure." Winner of the 1969 Museum of Modern Art Award, the Tulip is Saarinen's genius solution to clearing up the "slum of legs" that populates the under-carriage of most dining sets.


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