Golden Edge dining table

The Edge dining table was inspired by Richard Serra’s sculpture, “The house of cards”, a piece where massive pieces of steel lean against each other. This version of the Edge dining table is similar in that there are no welds at all. It is totally self-supporting with the two end pieces leaning in towards each other and resting on the centre bar. (Almost) nothing has been done to the steel, it is straight from the mill but then plated in 24 carat gold! You can still see the marks of industry in it, appearing like watermarks under the gold, and you can see the cut marks on the edges as well. It is a wonderful mixture of industry and glamour, and the gold has a wonderful semi reflective, soft sheen. The top is an amber coloured glass.

Why we love it
  • Tom: “This is one of my favourite pieces, it is somehow very elemental, I love that in this version all the pieces just interlock and rest against each other – there is no welding, and I love the combination of the raw and the bling – the “firescale” and the gold, and the way that the imperfection of the steel surfaces subdue the gold in some places and not in others…”

Product Details
  • Materials: Steel and amber coloured glass
  • Finishes: Gold plated
  • Lead Time: 6-8 weeks
Product Dimensions (cm / in)
  • Height:75 Width:100 Length:220 

    • H:
    • 75
    • W:
    • 100
    • L:
    • 220
Finishes / Full Specification Sheet (PDF)
Richard Serra sculpture and Edge in the making
Edge dining table plated in 24 carat gold with amber glass