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HOME : Closeouts : 1 Ben Mildwoff Art Deco Bent Glass Side Table

1 Ben Mildwoff Art Deco Bent Glass Side Table (MR13283)

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Modernage Furniture
Ben Mildwoff

Artist, noted collector and brother in law to the sculptor Louise Nevelson, Ben had a wide interest in contemporary art, decorative art and folk art. He worked on furniture design from the late 1920s to the 1940s. After his death he donated his large collection to several museums across the country.
One Art Deco bent glass side table designed by Ben Mildoff. The table consists of an ebonized round birch wood base, three leaves of curved glass and a circular glass top.
Width 30 in. x Depth 30 in. Height 27 in.
Vintage Good condition
Some scratches and chips on glass
Age appropriate wear
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