Mid-Century Danish Rosewood Trestle Extending Dining Table By Skovby
An absolutely spectacular Mid-Century Danish Rosewood Trestle Extending Dining Table By Skovby Mobelfabrik with 2 generous extension leaves. Seats from 6 - 10 very comfortably; 12 can fit at this table. The gorgeous rosewood colour and Brazilian rosewood grain pattern make this table a work of art. As with all of Skovby Mobelfabrik production of the Mid-Century period, only the finest craftsmanship and materials were used. This tabletop is constructed of a solid wood base covered with a thick, high grade Brazilian rosewood veneer. The edge banding, which runs the entire perimeter, is also solid Brazilian rosewood. The trestle base is also solid wood. These trestle legs are not only for looks, they are also highly practical as they enable more people to sit around the table as they do not encumber people as standard legs at the corners will. Both leaves conveniently store within the table. The table top locks into position as does each of the 2 leaves when they are in position. This makes the table very sturdy when extended to it's full length. Brazilian rosewood, is a highly valued and now endangered species of wood known for it's incredible beauty, colour and grain pattern. Due to it's endangered status, it is no longer available for harvesting. Due to the easy way it extends, this table would be equally comfortable in a compact home or fully extended in a spacious dining room. It would also be perfect as a luxurious conference room table or Chef's table in an exceptional restaurant.
|Length||62"/ 82"/ 102"|
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- In very good condition with extremely minor age appropriate wear to the wood. The entire piece has been cleaned and waxed but remains with the original finish.
- The table top has a lovely sun fade which has brought out the true depth of colour possible in Brazilian rosewood. The leaves are darker as they were hardly used.