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Eileen Gray Adjustable Side Table
5/6/2016 - Modern Art: Live Salesroom Auction
20th century. An adjustable chrome and glass side or occasional table with circular glass top, model E-1027, designed by Eileen Gray (1878-1976); ht. 24, dia. 20 in.

Condition:  

General wear consistent with age and use. Significant scratch at center, approximately 2 in. long, missing one pad on support for glass. Height adjuster operates without issue. Sticker for "Humana" on spine.

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