• Magazine table, 1949, Jens risom, Fredericia
  • Magazine table, 1949, Jens risom, Fredericia
  • Magazine table, 1949, Jens risom, Fredericia
  • Magazine table, 1949, Jens risom, Fredericia
  • Magazine table, 1949, Jens risom, Fredericia
  • Magazine table, 1949, Jens risom, Fredericia

Magazine table, 1949

Magazine table by Jens Risom for Fredericia.

First designed in 1949, Jens Risom handsome Magazine table combines softened lines with gentle curves and considered cut-out details to create the ideal place for magazines, books and other reading materials.

Its striking design makes the table suitable for any contemporary environment, whether in a home or public space.

Maintenance:
Wipe the wood with a soft, clean cloth, following the grain direction of the wood. For dirty surfaces use a mild solution of soap flakes or a universal cleaning product and polish with a soft, dry cloth. Never leave wet patches to avoid the lacquer peeling.

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Magazine table by Jens Risom for Fredericia.

First designed in 1949, Jens Risom handsome Magazine table combines softened lines with gentle curves and considered cut-out details to create the ideal place for magazines, books and other reading materials.

Its striking design makes the table suitable for any contemporary environment, whether in a home or public space.

Maintenance:
Wipe the wood with a soft, clean cloth, following the grain direction of the wood. For dirty surfaces use a mild solution of soap flakes or a universal cleaning product and polish with a soft, dry cloth. Never leave wet patches to avoid the lacquer peeling.

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47w x 40.5d x 57.5cmh

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Made of oak plywood and available in oak lacquered or black lacquered finish.

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Fredericia was first established as the Fredericia Stolefabrik (Fredericia Chair Factory) in 1911 and specialised in antique style furniture.

Fredericia was first established as the Fredericia Stolefabrik (Fredericia Chair Factory) in 1911 and specialised in antique style furniture.

In 1955 the languishing company was acquired by Andreas Graversen who scrapped the existing product line and created a new one with the help of young architect, Børge Mogensen.

The company was taken over by Graversen's son, Thomas Graversen, in 1995. He led the company into the new century with a more fluid approach to design and production. Together with designers like Nanna Ditzel, he created a number of internationally recognised furniture pieces while at the same time continuing to produce the best of Mogensen's designs.

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