George Nakashima
Conoid Desk and Arm Chair

George Nakashima <br> Conoid Desk and Arm Chair 1
Conoid Desk with Arm Chair
American, circa 1965
Walnut
Desk: 29” high, 56 ¾” wide inches, 36” deep
Chair: 28” high, 24” wide, 20” deep

A desk from the Conoid line, first introduced by renowned Japanese-American craftsman George Nakashima at his New Hope studio in the early 1960s, with a spectacular live-edge walnut top and an innovative cross-legged base designed to accommodate the table top, which was larger than previous Conoid designs. The desk, which includes a three-drawer cabinet on the right side, is paired with an Arm Chair also designed by Nakashima.


Provenance:
Commissioned directly from the artist and thence by descent through the family
George Nakashima <br> Conoid Desk and Arm Chair 2
Conoid Desk with Arm Chair
American, circa 1965
Walnut
Desk: 29” high, 56 ¾” wide inches, 36” deep
Chair: 28” high, 24” wide, 20” deep

A desk from the Conoid line, first introduced by renowned Japanese-American craftsman George Nakashima at his New Hope studio in the early 1960s, with a spectacular live-edge walnut top and an innovative cross-legged base designed to accommodate the table top, which was larger than previous Conoid designs. The desk, which includes a three-drawer cabinet on the right side, is paired with an Arm Chair also designed by Nakashima.


Provenance:
Commissioned directly from the artist and thence by descent through the family
George Nakashima <br> Conoid Desk and Arm Chair 3
Conoid Desk with Arm Chair
American, circa 1965
Walnut
Desk: 29” high, 56 ¾” wide inches, 36” deep
Chair: 28” high, 24” wide, 20” deep

A desk from the Conoid line, first introduced by renowned Japanese-American craftsman George Nakashima at his New Hope studio in the early 1960s, with a spectacular live-edge walnut top and an innovative cross-legged base designed to accommodate the table top, which was larger than previous Conoid designs. The desk, which includes a three-drawer cabinet on the right side, is paired with an Arm Chair also designed by Nakashima.


Provenance:
Commissioned directly from the artist and thence by descent through the family
George Nakashima <br> Conoid Desk and Arm Chair 4
Conoid Desk with Arm Chair
American, circa 1965
Walnut
Desk: 29” high, 56 ¾” wide inches, 36” deep
Chair: 28” high, 24” wide, 20” deep

A desk from the Conoid line, first introduced by renowned Japanese-American craftsman George Nakashima at his New Hope studio in the early 1960s, with a spectacular live-edge walnut top and an innovative cross-legged base designed to accommodate the table top, which was larger than previous Conoid designs. The desk, which includes a three-drawer cabinet on the right side, is paired with an Arm Chair also designed by Nakashima.


Provenance:
Commissioned directly from the artist and thence by descent through the family




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