This Frenchman's Cove II Dining Table was created by George Nakashima. Highly figured two-board, book-matched top. This table features a dramatic use of crotch wood with 2 free sap edges, central sap streak and 3 East Indian rosewood butterflies, made in 1962.
Nakashima (1905-1990) was an American architect and furniture maker who is considered to be the father of the American Craft movement.
American black walnut, East Indian rosewood
71" x 40" x 28.5"