Unique circular table of fruit wood with brass edges and details. Top of linoleum with ornamental decorations, with the inscription: "Ob Fructus Ardua Scandit" (En: He climbs impassable roads to reap the wages of his toil), print brand of the danish newspaper Berlingske Tidende.
Provenance: House of Berlingske TIdende, sitting area in the entrance hall, 1930s. Bent Helweg-Moller was head architect on the extension building of Berlingske Tidendes House in Pilestræde, Copemhagen, 1928-1930. The same building was awarded by the City of Copenhagen in 1931.