Taliesin Dining Table and Eight Chairs

By Frank Lloyd Wright for Heritage-Henredon

1950s, United States
This rare solid mahogany dining set is part of the Taliesin collection that Frank Lloyd Wright designed for Heritage-Henredon in 1955, which was produced for only two years. The round tabletop, edged with a copper reverse dentil design, sits on an X base, the legs of which repeat the dentil motif. Three 16-inch copper-edged leaves extend the table up to a 96-inch oval. The designer's signature stamp appears on the underside of each leaf.

Complementing the table are eight angular Taliesin chairs in mahogany, whose seat backs feature the same dentil trim. The two armchairs measure 23" wide and the six side chairs measure 19.5" wide.

Good. Wear consistent with age and use. The chairs should be reupholstered with new foam.
Height: 29.75 in. (75.57 cm)
Diameter: 48 in. (121.92 cm)

Height: 31.5 in. (75.57 cm)
Width: 19.5–23 in (49.53–58.42 cm)
Depth: 22 in. (55.88 cm)
Seat Height: 18.5 in. (46.99 cm)
Mahogany, upholstery

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