Silas Seandel Bronze Copper Brass Steel Dining Table, USA, 1990s
Silas Seandel bronze copper brass steel dining table, USA, 1990s. Large circular 4-panel dining table by Silas Seandel which was commissioned by a New York City client in the early 1990s. Each panel is decorated with 5 bands of mixed metals, from top to bottom: bronze, enameled copper, brass, steel, and bronze again. It measures 29.75 inches tall and has a 52 inch x 3/4 inch glass top. Each curved panel is 22 inches and the measurement across the base is 31.5 inches. Minor scratches to the glass. Seandel, a trained sculptor, opened his Manhattan studio in 1963. One of the first American artists to apply traditional sculptural techniques to furniture, he works mainly with architects and interior designers, crafting bespoke nature-inspired wall decorations, monumental sculptures and art furniture in bronze, steel, copper and other metals, combined with glass for table tops and mirrors.
H 29.75 in. x Dm 52 in.
H 75.57 cm x Dm 132.08 cm