This is an original Thomas Pheasant design reflecting the sculptural simplicity of mid century metalwork from New York to Paris. The open look and absence of ornament create a table that completes rather than competes with a setting. Modern jewelry. Sectionals, particularly those with low arms, often need something small at the ends for a drink. For more drama, it can be bunched to create a cocktail divisible as needed for a party.
The letter "G" has always stood for a knowledge of art, science, and particularly architecture. The precision and finish of this table recall the Atelier metalwork from the days before heavy industry, from the days when the difference between art and work was often small. Exposed screws.