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Danish Teak Coffee Table Designed by Grete Jalk for Poul Jeppesen c.1960

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H: 43.5cm W: 165cm D: 60cm

A rectangular midcentury coffee table in light teak, with lipped edge top supported on elegant rounded legs, designed by Grete Jalk for Poul Jeppesen in the 1960s. The quality control badges serve as excellent provenance on this classic design.

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Designer Spotlight | Grete Jalk

Grete Jalk was a Danish modernist designer born 1920 in Copenhagen. She trained as a cabinet maker at Copenhagen’s Design School for Women and finished her studies at the Danish Royal Academy under Kaare Klint. In 1946 Jalk won the annual Cabinetmakers Guild Competition and went on to open her own studio a few years later where she developed designs for France & Son, Poul Jeppesen and Fritz Hansen.

Jalk would push the boundaries of new materials with processes of experimentation which led to revolutionary designs such as the Bow Chair, a chair that sits somewhere between sculpture and furniture. Made in moulded plywood with teak veneer the chair flows with organic shapes and yet is strong with origami-esque folded construction.

Image: Grete Jalk and Danish furniture quality control badges serve as helpful provenance on the underside of a coffee table by Grete Jalk for Glostrup Møbelfabrik