Model example of good Polish design. A rare table produced by the Bydgoskie Fabryki Mebli plant, which was part of the United Furniture Industry in Poznań, existing since 1884. In the post-war period, BFM was a leading domestic and important European manufacturer of stylish furniture. In the 1970s and 1980s, they repeatedly won the competition for the title of the Best Exporter in the Pomeranian-Kuyavian Region. Our table was created in the early 1950s, when Polish design thought was transforming from the Art deco period into a modernist concept, updating pre-war forms to the trends of the Mid-Century Modern era. It has a round top with an original glass. The table top is mounted on bent supports that come together in the center and form two intersecting U letters at right angles. The whole is supported by four converging and obliquely spaced legs. The table is veneered with patterned walnut wood. Part of the production label is under the table top.
This table is in original vintage condition. It has traces made by time in the form of small abrasions and scratches.