cherner table - oval

cherner table - oval

cherner table - oval

Design Benjamin Cherner
Molded plywood, cross-ply plywood, solid edge
Made in the USA by The Cherner Chair Company

New, molded plywood tables by Benjamin Cherner (son of Norman Cherner) are designed to compliment Cherner seating in a formal or informal setting. Available in finishes to match other Cherner products. Molded plywood legs with exposed and profiled top.

Norman Cherner's sons formed the Cherner Chair Company in 1999 to manufacture and market some of the most recognized designs from their father's portfolio. As an architect and furniture designer, Ben Cherner has developed the Cherner Table series in the Cherner style of design.

Available with your choice of classic or natural walnut top & legs, European Beech veneer top & legs or classic ebony (ebonized walnut) top & legs. Note: classic walnut products have a walnut veneer with a subtle walnut tint which give the core and walnut veneer a uniform appearance. Natural walnut products have a clear finish which emphasizes the contrast between the exposed beech core and walnut face veneer.

84" L | 38" w | 29.5" h | 1" thick

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Norman Cherner

Considered a pioneer in molded plywood, Norman Cherner used this method to create a line of seating for Plycraft that led to his famous Cherner Chair. Plycraft produced this chair after telling Norman that his plans had been scrapped, even taking credit for his design. The chair became even more famous after it was depicted by Norman Rockwell in the 1961 painting “The Artist At Work.” After suing the Plycraft company, Cherner received royalties, but production ceased by the 1970s. Cherner’s work was mostly relegated to galleries until his sons revived his original designs in 1999 under their newly-formed Cherner Chair Company.
Norman Cherner experimented in all aspects of design, including glassware, lighting, graphics and furniture. He was also one of the pioneering architects behind America's first pre-fabricated houses, which began to appear during the 1950’s. However, for the past 50 years, it was Cherner's molded plywood chairs that have helped make him a household name, as they have appeared in numerous different hotels, restaurants and homes around the world. In 1999, Norman’s sons Benjamin and Thomas Cherner formed the Cherner Chair Company to reissue their father’s designs. In addition to the popular molded plywood chairs, the company features new designs from Benjamin Cherner.
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