Lot Details & Additional Photographs
1980s, including a rectangular table with rounded ends featuring the use of an arced pattern with the boards, open buttress style returns, straight raised panel legs (29 x 47.5 x 76.25 in.); together with six armchairs with open rod back, saddle shaped open slat seat, all with a bicycle inner-tube cushioning, straight legs, on casters (36 x 22.5 x 20 in.), appears unmarked.Custom-made by North Carolina Modernist Architect Karl Sloan Gaskins
As neighbors to the architect Karl Gaskins, this set was commissioned from wood provided by the consignor and a beloved staple for decades of family gatherings.
The set is in overall good usable condition; the table with some light surface scratches and one indent; the chair's inner-tubes are deflated and likely with dry-rot; one chair with one back splat broken and repaired; one caster is loose.