Jupiter’s Side Table

Mac Collins
Jupiter’s Side Table in Minerva Red by Mac Collins was inspired by Mac’s residency at Holkham Hall, facilitated by The New Craftsmen. The side table (and its counterpart, Jupiter’s Chair) was initially inspired by the story of a two-thousand-year-old Roman statue of Jupiter found at Holkham that, through the evolution of ideas and the passage of time, had been displaced from its original position at the core of the estate. Though the side table is a contemporary piece, the deep lustre of the waxed finish pays homage to the traditional furniture pieces found in the hall. Both the table and the chair have been produced in collaboration with the talented furniture maker Daniel Bradley.

Material: Oak
cm: Width 42cm, Depth 42cm, Height 49cm
inches: Width 16.5in, Depth 16.5in, Height 19.3in
Care Instructions: Use a damp cloth to clean the surface. Avoid using any abrasive cleaners, and do not leave anything wet or damp on the surfaces.
Lead Time: 8-10 weeks


The sidetable is constructed with solid English oak timber which was specifically chosen to tell the story of Holkham’s native timbers. Once constructed, the side table is stained in Minerva Red, a colour created by Mac to match the colours of the fabric walls at Holkham and this is oiled and waxed to create a traditional English polished finish.

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The Maker Mac Collins Designer & Artist - East Midlands

Mac Collins is an emerging British designer, maker and artist from Nottingham; graduating with a degree in Three-Dimensional Design from Northumbria University, Newcastle, in 2018. In the years since graduating, he has been committed to designing and making narrative-rich and impactful furniture and objects. As a designer of Jamaican descent, Mac draws on his Caribbean lineage to create artefacts that are often informed by the stories and the charisma of his elders. In 2021, Mac was named winner of the Emerging Design Medal by London Design Festival.