No. 504

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  • No. 504
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  • No. 504
  • No. 504

No. 504

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Producer:
Design year:
Design type:
Decor, Trays
Dimensions:
Diameter:
44 cm |17.3 inches
Height:
7.5 cm |3.0 inches
Colors:*
Teak / Smokey glass
Materials:*
Glass, Teak (Oil treated)
* Variations are separated by comma [ , ] while Combinations are separated by slash [ / ]

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About the design

Lazy Susan, No. 504 is produced by Digsmed in the 1960s and therefore probably designed Flemming Digsmed.

This is a low two-tier teak lazy Susan with soft rounded edges and nine carved rooms, perfect fit for nine small smokey glass bowls with smart handles. Underneath a slightly smaller base and a smaller plate on top – both remains stationary, while the middle plate rotates. The wheel bearing is placed between the base and the movable plate.

Underneath the base hallmarked with the Digsmed logo and what seems to me to be the number 504. There is not a logo on the glasses, but we known that Digsmed collaborated with Holmegaard in producing the glass parts.

This large mid century modern teak lazy Susan would would be a great piece for serving anything from dips and chips to a large feast with different sauces and bread, biscuits or the likes on the top plate.

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Meet the Designer

Sven Vestergaard

Sven Vestergaard

Sven Vestergaard is a Danish painter and illustrator. At the age of 16, in 1952, he was employed at Royal Copenhagen as an apprentice in the overglaze department. Seven years later, he left Royal Copenhagen to pursue a career as an illustrator, working …

Originally produced by

ABO Randers

ABO Randers

ABO Randers A/S was a small lighting company, situated in Aalestrup, near Randers, in Jutland. It was founded in the late 1960s, and mainly based on one product idea – the successful Ball magnet wall lamp, originally designed by Benny Frandsen. The gen …