Pierre Jeanneret committee table in teak Chandigarh India Circa
Magnificent mid twentieth century Pierre Jeanneret Model: PJ020112 Teak Rectangular Conference Table (Table En Teck) known as "Committee Table" in solid teak and teak veneer, Chnadigarg India circa 1963-64, the rectangular table top in thick veneer, reinforced by a criss-crossed framework, slotting into the base and secured by nuts and bolts, the crossed legs with signature ‘V’ motif, the table base united by two full length stretchers, the ‘V’ motif was often used in the works of Le Corbusier, in his furniture designs as well as the load-bearing structures of the buildings he designed in Chandigarh, the table with its original markings to the table edge and legs K.U.K./LIB/T:12 denoting its designation, this table has been professionally and sympathetically restored in Chandigarh in accordance with original specifications whilst retaining all original marks, scuffs, dents and patina, as with all of our Pierre Jeanneret furniture this item will come with an extensive set of pre restoration images and certificate of authenticity, reserve now.
Provenance: Assembly in Chandigarh, Sector 1.
Photo ref.: Similar model in "Le Corbusier Pierre Jeanneret l'Aventure Indienne" by Eric Touchaleaume and Gérald Moreau, page 582 under reference: LC/PJ-TAT-14-A.
Reference material: Catalogue Raisonné Du Mobilier, Jeanneret Chandigarh by Jacques Dworczak by Assouline, Pages 212
Table en teck
Certificate of Authenticity
Pre restoration images
Practical & beautiful
Condition: This item has been restored in Chandigarh, India to the highest possible standard and to the exact authentic specifications as to when the item was originally made whilst importantly retaining all historical marks, scuffs, dents, scratches and patina.
Width: 96” / 243cm
Depth: 48” / 122cm
Height: 30” / 76cm.