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Carl Hansen & Søn CH417 | Tray Table

By Hans J. Wegner
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Hans J. Wegner's tray table is an elegant and flexible piece consisting of two parts - a round tray and a collapsible base - and can thus be used both as a coffee table and as a tray. To stress the multifunctional character of the design, the tray is designed with a refined, integrated handle, adding an ornamental detail to the design - a well-known Wegner signature.

The reversible coffee table is available with two different tray variants: one features white and black laminate surfaces, the other - veneer surfaces in light and smoked oak. In both variants, the tray rim is made of light oak and the handle of smoked oak. The base is stainless steel.
Designed by Hans J. Wegner in 1970.



Hans J. Wegner designed the tray table in 1970. Originally, the tray table formed part of a series of armchairs and sofas made from heavy, bent tubes.
Originally, the reversible tray table was available with black and white laminate surfaces.

As something entirely new, the tray is now also available in a version with oak and smoked oak surfaces.


The tray table consists of two parts - a round tray and a collapsible base - that Wegner combined in a simple, flexible solution that simultaneously imparts lightness and elegance.The table top is reversible and can be used as a tray. Laminate is available in the combination black/white. The veneer table top is available in the combination oak/smoked oak. For both versions of this table the edge is always in oak with a handle made in smoked oak. 

The removable, versatile tray offers an ideal solution for light refreshments and serving.

The base of the tray table consists of two solid steel frames that are joined at the center at both top and bottom by a rotatable coupling. The base is collapsible and can easily be folded up as needed.


As a driving force behind 'Danish Modern', Hans J. Wegner helped change the general public's view of furniture in the 1950s and 1960s. His passion for designing chairs, more than 500 of them, is recognized worldwide and reflected in his title 'the Master of the Chair'. He is famous for integrating perfectly executed joints with exquisite shapes and combining them with a constant curiosity for materials and deep respect for wood and its natural characteristics. His designs furnish minimalism with organic and natural softness.