Painted die cast aluminium legs with plywood top and polythene ferrules.
The 'Education supply association' was the trade name used by Esavian Ltd for the production of low cost, good quality school furniture. Amongst those designs were the folding partition doors common within post war school buildings. They also manufactured the cast aluminium and plywood stacking chair also designed by James Leonard, putting to use an innovative high pressure die-cast Aluminium production method used for this table.
Printed stamps to underside, ESA with embossed disc label to leg ends 'Esavian ESA made in britain'.