Vintage Gordon Russell Coffee Table

Gordon Russell was a design pioneer, although most famous for his work as a furniture designer, he was also a maker, entrepreneur and educator who was passionate about accessible, well crafted design.

Schooled in the Arts and Crafts tradition of the Cotswolds, Russell believed that good design and well made quality furniture had a lasting impact on people’s lives.

Throughout the 20th Century furniture produced by Russell was continually commissioned for large scale projects including the now infamous interlinking chairs for Coventry Cathedral, and most famously for the CC41 Utility furniture range of the Second World War.

This beautiful rectangular coffee table with angular side detailing and tapered legs is the perfect item to add lightness and texture to any living space. Designed for Russell by Trevor Chinn in the 1950s, the understated and modest design is sure to fit seamlessly within any interior.

With wear commensurate with age, including some marks and small gaps to the veneer panels as photographed. We’ve given the table a fresh coat of oil, cleaning and conditioning the wood to ensure it looks its very best once more.

Measures approximately 121.5cm long, 46cm deep and 39.5cm tall. 

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