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S250 S Series Bench Table des. J & S Reid, 1960 (made by Nathan Furniture)

£1,350.00

 

This unique low-level bench table comes with a removable black leather squab cushion, complete with a piped detail edge and anti-slip base. Designed to fit perfectly alongside the S-Range sideboards to create a larger ensemble, it also works well on its own as a free-standing low coffee table and occasional seat. 

The S250 has a modular teak veneer with black laminate front panel. It resonates the rest of the range with the distinctive V shaped brushed satin nickel metalwork legs.

Seen here in African Walnut with brushed satin nickel finish and black leather seat, price £1350 plus postage which is calculated at checkout. Also available to order with cream leather seat; coordinating items from the S-range also available to order, email sales@thehomeonline.co.uk / 01274 530770

Height 245mm (with squab cushion - 300mm). Width 1370mm. Depth 435mm. 

About the Reids 

John and Sylvia Reid's most enduring designs were those they created for Stag during their 10-year alliance with the British furniture manufacturer. 

The Reid's first range of living and dining furniture, created in 1960, was the S-Range. It took its inspiration from the prevailing Scandinavian designers of the time and included low slung cabinets in teak with projecting ‘tab’ handles and V-shaped legs in nickel-plated stainless steel. This look and style has become one of the most enduring to come out of the era, with original pieces now being on-trend collectors’ items.

The S-Range was described as having, “simplicity of statement, and an intelligent approach to flexibility (making it) one of the outstanding furniture ranges of the year,” by Design magazine in 1960.

Nathan Furniture have worked with John and Sylvia Reid's son Dominic to reproduce these 60s designs to exacting standards.