This Classic Column pedestal dining table was designed by Stanley Jay Friedman for Brueton and was purchased new in 1983. Table top is made of solid black granite. Features a polished stainless steel column base. Table measures 63 1/2" by 41 3/4" by 29" high and surface is 1 1/8" thick.
This table is among Friedman's earliest and most enduring designs for Brueton. It's a timeless and exceptional example of mid-century design. Friedman's table may be custom-ordered today from Brueton and carries a list price of $30,000. For more information on this table we recommend visiting the Brueton website, or you may visit or call the Brueton showroom at the Manhattan Decoration & Design Building at 979 Third Avenue.
Stanley Jay Friedman has been designing furniture for over 25 years and is recognized as one of America's leading furniture designers. His stated mission is to educate Americans to accept modernism, and has for many years advocated the evolution of the use of modern furnishings for residential use. Friedman still designs for Brueton today. The table is pictured here from a variety of angles and under different lighting conditions. In one image you'll find our set of four stainless steel stretch mesh chairs designed by the noted German designer and architect, Hans-Ullrich Bitsch, and produced by Kusch & Co. Thanks for visiting, and please let us know if you have any questions or comments.