Sander Table

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Swedish glassmaking tradition meets high tech in this exquisite side table, consisting of a hand blown, conical base attached to a hardened glass top using ultraviolet cured adhesive.

Sander Table

from 1 613 

Swedish glassmaking tradition meets high tech in this exquisite side table, consisting of a hand blown, conical base attached to a hardened glass top using ultraviolet cured adhesive.

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Clear Glass
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Height: 400 mm / 15.75 inch
Diameter: 480 mm / 18.9 inch
Weight: 7 kg

  • Year of release: 2010
  • Designer: Chris Martin
  • Seat height:
  • Top size:
  • Base size:
  • Width: 555 mm
  • Length: 555 mm
  • Height: 475 mm
  • Weight: 12 kg
  • Volume:
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Packaging for this product is FSC certified. Massproductions are also connected and contribute to FTI, the Swedish collection system for recycling packaging to support the recycling industry.

Certified Quality icon Certified Quality

This product has been tested and certified in accordance with European furniture standards that comply with Möbelfakta requirements for Surface durability. This includes the assessment of surface resistance to liquids and scratches. Penetration of the coating under scratch test is not accepted. Test liquids include water, Paraffin oil, coffee, acid or alkaline perspiration. Please see downloads for full test results and certificates.

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Materials and production for this product are within the European Union.

Sander Table

“Glass is a fascinating material – clear, pure and uncomplicated visually. But when you get into the process of working with it, it’s incredibly complicated. There are many rules and restrictions, so I wanted to play with contrast of how it looks so simple but needs a lot of precision in the production process.”
- Chris Martin

Sander Table collection

About the collection

The first sketch of Sander was perhaps as simple as the Tim Robbins sketch of the hula hoop in the movie The Hudsucker Proxy. From above Sander is made out to just be three concentric circles, where the top, neck and base connect with the tabletop. In reality there is a lot more to it.

Sander’s cone base is mouth blown into a steel mold. When producing the first table a great deal of effort went into producing the mold and working with the glass blower, in order to get a consistent quality in the wall thickness of the cone.

Sander’s Top is made of a hardened furniture glass, which gives the table a nice mix of industrial glass and hand processed glass. The two parts connect at a thin neck, which was only possible by using a UV cured adhesive, actually stronger than the glass itself.

The table is named after Massproductions founder, Magnus Elebäck’s son.