Phillip Lloyd Powell, ‘Pair of Phillip Lloyd Powell Coffee Tables’, ca. 1950's, Almond & Co.
Phillip Lloyd Powell, ‘Pair of Phillip Lloyd Powell Coffee Tables’, ca. 1950's, Almond & Co.
Phillip Lloyd Powell, ‘Pair of Phillip Lloyd Powell Coffee Tables’, ca. 1950's, Almond & Co.
Phillip Lloyd Powell, ‘Pair of Phillip Lloyd Powell Coffee Tables’, ca. 1950's, Almond & Co.
Phillip Lloyd Powell, ‘Pair of Phillip Lloyd Powell Coffee Tables’, ca. 1950's, Almond & Co.
Phillip Lloyd Powell, ‘Pair of Phillip Lloyd Powell Coffee Tables’, ca. 1950's, Almond & Co.

An elegant pair of studio crafted walnut coffee tables with eased edge by American woodworker Phillip Lloyd Powell. These triangular tables are in an excellent condition. Measurement is for each piece.
USA, c. 1960's

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Manufacturer: Phillip Lloyd Powell Studio

About Phillip Lloyd Powell

Often described as a “midcentury modernist”, American designer Phillip Lloyd Powell created pieces that transcended the Modernist style in both form and application. Instead of using industrial methods and techniques for production, the designer practiced hand carving as a way to bring out the natural form of the wood through careful manipulation. He is best known for his cabinets, which when opened would reveal beautiful detailing inside, as well as interiors lined with silver leaf or fabric. Besides wood, Powell favored modern materials like metal, stone, and slate to create the clean and precise lines that would become a trademark of his designs.

American, 1919-2008, Germantown, Pennsylvania, based in New Hope, Pennsylvania