Mid-Century Round Extending Teak Dining Table By Henning Kjaernulf
A beautiful large Mid-Century Round Extending Teak Dining Table By Henning Kjaernulf for Soro Stolefabrik. Manufactured in the 1950's this teak dining table with 3 leaves is a truly stunning example of the type of quality craftsmanship that can be found in better Mid-Century furniture. The first thing you will notice about this stunning table is the clean simple lines, gorgeous grain and deep dark colour. This table has 3 leaves which drop in the middle to extend the table out to become an easy 10-12 seater. the 2 skirted leaves are an excellent match to the table top. The unskirted leaf is slightly darker. 2 leaves have skirting. Providing the table with a clean and finished look when extended. Due to the large size, when fully extended, the table has a "5th or middle leg" for added support. This Mid-Century Modern teak dining table comfortably seats up to 5, without the leaves and 10 - 12 with the 3 leaves inserted. Wonderful scale, proportion and subtle details are found throughout this table. Absolutely stunning wood grain and colour that only comes from almost 60 years of careful use. The thick teak veneer is gorgeous but it sits over a solid wood under layer. The solid teak legs are truly stunning and expertly fit into the skirting for a clean finish to this teak dining table. This is a classic Danish Modern dining table with strong investment value to suit any setting.
|Length||47.25"; 67"; 86.75"; 106.5"|
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