A Pair Of Mid Century Occasional Tables Attributed To Sid Pollard



Circa: 1960's-70's

Depth: 21.5"

Height: 18"

Width: 21.5"

Period: Arts & Crafts, Mid-Century, Yorkshire Arts & Crafts Movement

Location: Hungerford

Made from oak, the tables have octagonal tops that are adzed finished. They stand on cross columns with flat X bases. They are of good quality and attributed to Sid Pollard who was part of the Yorkshire Arts & Crafts School. Pollard was one of Robert “Mouseman” Thompsons earliest apprentices and the Mouseman influence can clearly be seen in his work. They are of first class quality and very stable.

“A very useful pair of low occasional tables very much in the Mouseman style."