Clifford Pascoe for Modernmasters Dining Set


This minimal, elegant dining set was designed in 1951 by Clifford Pascoe for Modernmasters and is comprised of a single-leaf dining table and six chairs, all on hairpin, iron bases. The table features a laminate top ‘wrapped’ around a solid wood frame. The sculptural walnut backrests of the chairs are attached to the iron uprights through bolts (two on each side). The seats have been reupholstered. This chairs was featured in the 1952 Museum of Modern Art Good Design show. The dimensions listed are for the dining table with the leaf in place and the chairs at all ends. Other specs: The chairs are: W 19.25″ (front legs). Seat width 16″. Seat height 17.5″. Backrest width 18.25″. Height 28.75″. Depth 20″. The length of the table without the leaf is 59.75″. The total length of the table with the 11.75″ leaf is 71.5″. The depth of the table is 35.75″. The height of the table is 28″.

H: 28.75″ x W: 84″ x D: 48.25″