Set of rattan nesting tables 1970s



Set of 3 minimalist nesting tables, made of manou, a form of rattan that can be painted, as became popular in the 1970s. Made in the village of Noordwolde, the center of rattan furniture in the Netherlands. Designer  and producer unknown, but in the late 1970s the well-known factory of Jonkers started tot cooperate with international designers. One of them was the Japanese designer Ken Yasuda. It is not sure yet that this set is designed by Yasuda, but it has a wonderful japanese vibe. In very good condition, manou-rattan and glass, A. h. 41, 58×35; B. h. 38, 50×31; C. h. 35, 41×27