A SIGNATURESHAPE In typical George Nelson style, the design brief for what would become the swag leg group was deceptively simple: Wouldnt it be beautiful to have some kind of sculptured leg on a piece of furniture? Then came the challenges. Make the legs of metal, machine formed and prefinished. Design them for quick assembly. Using pressure to taper and curve a metal tubeswagingproved the best way to produce the legs. Inserting a screw in the legs and rotating them in opposite directions made quick work of assembly. In 1958, everything came together to make a desk and tables in sizes that are right for home or office.
STYLESFORMANYUSES The desks size is right for todays compact electronics. The accompanying work table provides area for spreading things out. And because all work and no time for relaxing bored George Nelson, he made sure his swag leg group included dining tables in round and rectangular styles.
STRENGTHANDSTABILITY Legs screw together to make a strong joint. Solid walnut stretchers bolt to the legs to complete the stable, durable base common to the desk and tables.
MADEFORQUICKASSEMBLY As with the original design, the swag leg tables and desk come ready to assemble to make shipping easy and economical.
Options Available in your choice of white laminate or Walnut Veneer top.