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The Pelican Table | Finn Juhl | 1940

The Pelican Table | Finn Juhl | 1940

The only known version of the Pelican Table was displayed alongside the Pelican Chair at the Copenhagen Cabinetmakers’ Guild Exhibition in 1940. Both pieces are exceptional examples of Finn Juhl’s spiritual kindship with modern art. However, the table was never put into production. Reappearing at an auction in Paris almost 75 years later, the accurate design and measurements of the table could finally be determined. The Pelican Table is manufactured in oak, walnut, Oregon pine or black painted.

Wood Type

Please note that the actual colours and materials may vary due to different screen balances and settings. While the version shown is supposed to be viewed only as an example, individual material photos can be found via our material page.

Product details

Design:

Finn Juhl

Year:

1940, relaunched in 2014

Materials:

Walnut, oak, Oregon pine or black painted oak.

Dimensions:

Ø: 63 cm | H: 45 cm

The only known version of the Pelican Table was displayed alongside the Pelican Chair at the Copenhagen Cabinetmakers’ Guild Exhibition in 1940. Both pieces are exceptional examples of Finn Juhl’s spiritual kindship with modern art. However, the table was never put into production. Reappearing at an auction in Paris almost 75 years later, the accurate design and measurements of the table could finally be determined. The Pelican Table is manufactured in oak, walnut, Oregon pine or black painted.

Product details

Design:

Finn Juhl

Year:

1940, relaunched in 2014

Materials:

Walnut, oak, Oregon pine or black painted oak.

Dimensions:

Ø: 63 cm | H: 45 cm

About the Pelican Table

The Perfect Match to the Pelican Chair

The only known version of the Pelican Table was displayed with the Pelican Chair at the Copenhagen Cabinetmakers’ Guild Exhibition in 1940. Both the Pelican Chair and the Pelican Table are exceptional examples of Finn Juhl’s spiritual kinship with modern art.

However, the table was never put into production, and for many years the table was only to be found in the photo from the exhibition. However, almost 75 years after the exhibition, the original table suddenly reappeared at an auction in Paris, and the accurate dimensions and measurements of the table could finally be determined.

The Pelican Table is manufactured in oak, walnut, Oregon pine or black painted.

 

 

The Pelican Table in walnut.
The Pelican Table exhibited at the Cabinetmakers’ Guild Exhibition in 1940.
The Pelican Table in walnut. Photo credit: Roll & Hill, New York
The Pelican Table in walnut. Photo credit: Roll & Hill, New York
The Pelican Table in walnut. Photo credit: Roll & Hill, New York