• 55 table, Xavier and jean pauchard, Tolix
  • 55 table, Xavier and jean pauchard, Tolix
  • 55 table, Xavier and jean pauchard, Tolix
  • 55 table, Xavier and jean pauchard, Tolix
  • 55 table, Xavier and jean pauchard, Tolix
  • 55 table, Xavier and jean pauchard, Tolix
  • 55 table, Xavier and jean pauchard, Tolix
  • 55 table, Xavier and jean pauchard, Tolix

55 table

55 table by Jean Pauchard for Tolix

The A55 table is designed by Jean Pauchard, son of Xavier Pauchard (designer of the Chaise A Tolix chair). Crafted from sheet steel, this classic table is solid, light and easy to maintain.

Xavier Pauchard was an early pioneer of galvanisation in France. In 1927 he registered the trademark Tolix, when he began the production of chairs, stools and metal furniture.

Available in three sizes.

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55 table by Jean Pauchard for Tolix

The A55 table is designed by Jean Pauchard, son of Xavier Pauchard (designer of the Chaise A Tolix chair). Crafted from sheet steel, this classic table is solid, light and easy to maintain.

Xavier Pauchard was an early pioneer of galvanisation in France. In 1927 he registered the trademark Tolix, when he began the production of chairs, stools and metal furniture.

Available in three sizes.

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Small: 70w x 70d x 74cmh
Medium: 130w x 70d x 74cmh
Large: 190w x 80d x 74cmh

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Available in the following finishes: raw steel varnished or painted (gloss, matt and matt fine-textured).

Painted gloss is a high shine and reflective finish. 

Please refer to downloadable PDF for all finish and colour references.

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In 1907, Xavier Pauchard discovered that he could protect sheet metal from rusting by dipping it in molten zinc or galvanising it. Ten years later, he set up a factory making steel household items and eventually registered his trademark symbol as Tolix.

In 1907, Xavier Pauchard discovered that he could protect sheet metal from rusting by dipping it in molten zinc or galvanising it. Ten years later, he set up a factory making steel household items and eventually registered his trademark symbol as Tolix.

The company remained in the family until 2004. The brand Tolix was then revived by it's ex-Financial Director, Chantal Andriot together with a handful of employees. To assist in the artistic direction, Chantal Andriot has chosen the designers Jean-François Dingjian et Eloi Chafaï alias Normal Studio. 

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