Rare DTW-1 Dining Table in Walnut

By Charles and Ray Eames for Evans/Herman Miller

United States, 1949
Charles and Ray Eames designed the DTW-1 table in 1945 as a companion to their plywood dining chairs. Manufactured by the Molded Plywood Division of Evans Products in Venice, California, and marketed by Herman Miller, the dining table appeared in a 1946 exhibit of the Eameses' plywood furniture at MoMA. Originally designed for mass production, the table was in fact produced for only a couple of years and has become a collector’s item. Four lacquered plyformed legs folded into right angles hold up a rectangle of walnut veneer. Created as a “knockdown” for easy shipping and storage, the great condition of this table will keep it on display.

Very good. Wear consistent
with age and use.
Height: 29.25 in (74.3 cm)
Width: 54 in (137.16 cm)
Depth: 34 in (86.36 cm)
Walnut, plywood

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