Robin Day RD1 Tables
Two RD1 terrace tables designed by Robin Day for the Festival of Great Britain in 1951
These tables were used in the Royal festival hall as restraunt and foyer furniture.
The tables were produced by Kingfisher Ltd, but were never put into mass production making examples of the RD1 terrace table very scarce.
All with tubular steel hairpin legs and polished mahogany tops, all marked and dated to the underside.
Given the importance of the tables we have conserved them rather than over restore so scratches and marks to the tops and undersides and wear to the surface of the steel legs have been left alone.
Two available, price is per table.
H:68 W:91 D:91 CM
H:26.7 W:36 D:36 INCHES
Robin Day, OBE, FCSD (25 May 1915 – 9 November 2010) was one of the most significant British furniture designers of the 20th century, enjoying a long career spanning seven decades. An accomplished industrial and interior designer, he was also active in the fields of graphics and exhibitions.