Compact Danish 1960's Teak Extending Dining Table
A compact Danish 1960's teak extending dining table. Beautiful colour and stunning teak grain are the hall marks of this vibrant dining table which is attributed to Borge Mogensen. The table is made of a solid teak base, skirting and legs, while the top and leaves are thick, high grade, teak veneer over a wood base. A beautifully designed table that is compact yet expands easily to accommodate a larger gathering. The table is streamlined with beautiful Danish Modern design elements. Just spectacular grain pattern and deep rich colour you only get with old growth teak. Featuring an elegant profile and 2 draw leaves, which conveniently slide and store under the table top for a clean presentation when they are retracted. No more running to the storage area when you have guests! Simply lift the top and slide each or both of the leaves out to extend the table. Seats 6 with no leaves extended. 8 people with one and 10 with both extensions pulled out. You can extend only 1 leaf or both. The gorgeous, tapered, solid teak legs easily remove for moving or storage. Given the compact dimensions, this table could be a great extending dining room table or kitchen table. It could also work well as a desk or expanding conference table.
Additional of note:
- Shown with 4 Mid-Century Teak Dining Chairs By Korup Stolefabrik available separately
|Width||49"; 67"; 84.5"|
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- In very good condition with some minor age appropriate wear on the top. See pictures for details.
- The entire table has been cleaned, conditioned and oiled but remains with the original finish.
- The leaves are a great match to the table top in both colour and grain pattern.