scarecrow modernist pedestal by william earle
designed in 2001, this pedestal along with the hal table, designed in 2000, ushered in the cubist craze, and helped compel, in 2007, the cooper-hewitt national design museum to label william the american minimalist.
shown in matte black. choose from william’s suggested finishes or provide one of your own.
this pedestal is made by william to order, celebrating 25 years still working alone in his northern california studio. Every piece is signed and labeled, establishing the date of construction and the household by whom the table was commissioned.
in 2007, the cooper-hewitt national design museum crowned william the american minimalist.
heirloom quality * museum ready
- Depth: 11 Width: 17 Height: 38
- Lead Time
- 6-10 Weeks
About William Earle
Deemed the American Minimalist by the Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum in 2007,
William is celebrating his 25th year hand-crafting his elegant tables ,
working alone in his northern California studio.