Set of six plant trays attributed to Paavo Tynell,
Finland. 1950's.

Copper and brass.

L: 227 cm/ 7' 5 3/4''
W: 21 cm/ 8 1/4''

Provenance: The member's club at the Myllykoski paper mill, Finland. Paavo Tynell's office was responsible for the refurbishing of the member's club in the 1950's.

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One of the best loved and most acclaimed Finnish designers – Paavo Tynell was born in Helsinki, Finland, in 1890. He was an industrial designer, often referred to as ‘the man who illuminated Finland’ through his world-renowned and extremely sought-after work, formed mostly from perforated and polished brass. He was a true pioneer of Nordic lighting design, with his early work proving to be of a functionalist nature during the first stages of his awe-inspiring career. His works today are some of the most coveted collectors items in Nordic lighting design.

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