Group 3 Teak and Oak dining set by Richard Young for G-Plan c.1962

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A fabulously styled and exceptionally rare Group 3 teak and oak extending dining table (model 4332) and set of 4 chairs (model 4512) in fabulous restored condition with just the odd tiny ding and mark. The Group Three range was produced for less than 3 years by G-Plan between 1962-65 and was designed by Richard Young who is best known for establishing Merrow Associates. The set is incredibly elegant with a slender profile and very subtle detailing throughout that is further enhanced with the lovely contrast between the solid oak and richly figured teak. The curved and tapered seats have all new foam and have been finished in a rich textured blue 100% wool by Abraham Moon that is very similar to the original as found seats.  Each piece retains its original G-Plan manufacturers stamp and also has a hand scribbled date of 11/4/63, making this set a very early production example.  This is a very, very rare set – I have never seen another example available.  Perfect for where space is at a premium and incredibly stylish, elegant and very collectable.  Outstanding value for money.

117cm length extending to 155cm by 84cm width x 72.5cm height

Chairs – 75.5cm high x 48cm wide (at the front) tapering to 43cm (at the rear).  Height to seat 45cm.


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