Simple design ash wood table with a black-coloured glass top, often combined with the "Shell" chair by the same author, was produced on a mass scale by the "Ład" Artists’ Cooperative in the 1950s and 60s. As a successful product that properly satisfied users' needs, it ended up in many cafés, waiting rooms and private apartments. Today, being rediscovered, it regains its popularity.
The "Shell" chair is a piece of furniture typical of the style at the time, with modern, organic shape, upholstered in bouclé fabric in mustard yellow, which was a fashionable colour back then. Features that characterized furniture sixty years ago are equally attractive to the contemporary consumer.