🔎 UNIDENTIFIED Need help identifying this steel glass and marble turntable stand

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My friend saw this hifi stand on instagram and I want to help them find the name of the designer or the name of the model so that they can buy one.
I thought maybe one of you could help us put a name to it.
we tried reverse google image search and didn't come up with anything
anyone have an idea ?

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Welcome to Tnet from Toronto vovadeuv. :wave:

Based on the style, it looks to be from the late-70s or early-80s. I might suggest sending pics to some of the older furniture makers. It has a European look to me, but I may be way off base on this. Whatever it is, it appears to be well-made.

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Welcome to Tnet from Toronto vovadeuv. :wave:

Based on the style, it looks to be from the late-70s or early-80s. I might suggest sending pics to some of the older furniture furniture makers. It has a European look to me, but I may be way off base on this. Whatever it is, it appears to be well-made.

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Hello Dave, thank you for your answer, I have no idea where to start. Did you mean I should post this somewhere else in this forum or that I should google 70-80's furniture makers and email them ?
 
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Hello Dave, thank you for your answer, I have no idea where to start. Did you mean I should post this somewhere else in this forum or that I should google 70-80's furniture makers and email them ?

I don't know where you're located my friend. :icon_scratch: But if I'd found this piece in Toronto and I wanted to know who retailed or even made it, I'd start by getting in touch with some of the local antique shops that specialize in postmodern or even space-age type furniture from the 60s or 70s.

I'd even try emailing museums like:

The Metropolitan Museum of Art in NYC

The Royal Ontario Museum in Toronto

Here's an interesting link to America's Top Institutions for Modern Design: From Arts and Crafts to Mid Century Modern and Beyond

Best of luck to you,
Dave
 
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