Paul Laszlo Mid Century Dining Set Table 8 Chairs Buffet & Console
This set was designed for Lula Kinard of Miami Beach, Florida in 1953 and consists of the following: ModernAge beveled glass table top (72" x 40") with two (2) stunning four piece glass pedestals that sit in wooden bases, Eight (8) chairs (two of which have arms), a buffet or server, and a two piece china console with three (3) drawers. Both the server and console each have a cork lined drawer for your precious sterling. There are two small cigarette burns on the console and the pedestals have a couple of small chips all of which only contribute to the wonderful character of this set. Ms. Kinard never had children and the set was only used by adults, with the exception of the fabric on the chairs, it is all original. All of the wood is bleached mahogany which exudes a lovely warm honey color. None of the accessory pieces (drinking glasses, vases, pitchers, etc) are included. You are buying the dining furniture only.
Paul Laszlo, 1900-1993, was a Hungarian born architect and designer who came to the US in 1936, fleeing the Nazi regime. After arriving in NYC, he promptly purchased an automobile and drove to Southern California, establishing an office in affluent Beverly Hills. Most noted for his designs and labor-intensive custom-made interiors, László for brief periods did some commercial designing of mass-produced pieces, mostly for the Herman Miller firm in New York (1948–52), Brown Saltman (California), Heywood-Wakefield (Boston), and Ficks-Reed (Ohio).
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