Hans Wegner for Andreas Tuck AT 10 Coffee Table, Denmark, mid-20th century, teak with woven split reed shelf, branded manufacturer's mark to underside "Fabrikat Andr Tuck Arkitekt Hans J Wegner Denmark," ht. 19 3/4, wd. 20, lg. 50 3/4 in.
Provenance: A Wellfleet Massachusetts Estate.
Note: Professor Kenneth A. Johnson was a National Science Foundation Fellow at the Institute for Theoretical Physics in Copenhagen in the 1950s prior to joining M.I.T. and purchased many of the items in Denmark that would later furnish his Karl Koch-designed home in Lincoln, Massachusetts.
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