Beautiful side table with a sand cast green crystal glass top on an elm veneered triangular wooden base. Designed by Swedish architect or designer Greta Magnusson-Grossman, Sweden, early 1930s. The hand cast glass top has a beautiful rough texture at the bottom and a great green color. Manufactured by Studio, workshop and showroom owned by Magnusson-Grossman and Erik Ullrich in Stockholm during 1930s.
Literature: Evan Snyderman & Karin Aberg Waerm, Greta Magnusson Grossman – A Car and Some Shorts, Stockholm 2010 pp 145.
Greta Magnusson Grossman was a Swedish-American designer known for her modernist furniture and lighting designs. She emigrated to the United States in 1940 and quickly established herself as a prominent figure in the American design scene. She is particularly known for her use of materials such as steel, glass, and plywood in her designs, as well as her incorporation of Scandinavian influences. Grossman’s designs were featured in various exhibitions and publications during her lifetime and continue to be celebrated today for their timeless elegance and functionality.