T Angle Dining Table, Model 309 (1963)
Made by Knoll
This is an original T Angle dining table, Model 309, designed by Florence Knoll for Knoll International in 1952. It features a square top of white laminate, and has black enameled steel legs. This particular example dates to 1963, which is indicated via the 320 Park Avenue label, where Knoll had its showroom during the 1960s and also because of its use in the MetLife Building, which was completed in 1963. It retains its MetLife metal tag which is affixed underneath. This is a special piece of provenance, as the building was designed in part by Bauhaus founder Walter Gropius and was a massive commission for Knoll at that time.
This table measures 34 inches wide, 34 inches deep and is 28 inches high. The table is in excellent vintage condition. See photos. Please expect it to show light signs of wear and use.