Meret Oppenheim Traccia Side Tables
A pair of Traccia tables designed by Meret Oppenheim
Both with a gold- or silver-leafed wooden top, incised with the shapes of two bird-claw impressions, and a cast-bronze base in the form of stork legs.
Two available, price is per table.
The Traccia — from the Italian for “track,” as in animal track — was created for the 1939 opening of art dealer Leo Castelli’s first gallery, on the Place Vendôme in Paris. The maker Simon International began producing versions of the Traccia in 1970, and the piece is now made by Cassina.
These side tables date from the 1970s to early 1980s
H:62 W:68 D:53 CM