Teak desk



Collapsible desk in solid teak and teak veneer. Rectangular top with apron and thick veneer, slotting easily with no fasteners required into two "trestle" type leg. Low crosspiece and connecting central base affixed by two removable iron screws. This interlocking collapsible furniture technique, requiring no fasteners, is typical of the work of Pierre JEANNERET.

Circa 1960.


  • Height: 80 cm.
  • Length: 166 cm.
  • Depth: 91 cm. (+/-).

Provenance: Private homes in Chandigarh.

History: the only example listed to date.

Photo ref.: "Catalogue Leclere"   Sale on 03/11/2011 in Marseille, page 10, lot no. 18.

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