Mid-Century Teak Extending Dining Table by Vejle Stole Moblefabrik
An incredible Mid-Century teak extending dining table by Henning Kjaernulf for Vejle Stole og Moblefabrik with two hidden draw leaves. Designed in a rare square format with subtle curves. the curves continue on the leaves, so that when they are extended the table has a surfboard shape. The table will stun you with the incredible depth of colour and vibrant grain pattern throughout. The top of this table is solid wood, while the leaves are covered in the finest grade of thick teak veneer. Just a beautifully designed table. Perfect size for all types of settings and all size families. The table is streamlined with beautiful Danish Modern design elements. Featuring 2 draw leaves which conveniently hide under the table top for a clean presentation when they are retracted. In this closed state, the top completely covers the leaves. A slight lift of the top, reveals the leaves. The leaves are angled to meet the top perfectly. They easily pull out to extend the table from seating 6 people to 8 - 10 with both leaves extended. You can extend only 1 leaf or both. Late 60's Denmark and stamped. The gorgeous solid teak legs attach at an angle for greater visual interest and easily remove for moving.
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|Width||45.25"; 60.25"; 75.25"|
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- In excellent condition with extremely minor age appropriate wear to the wood. The entire piece has been cleaned and oiled, but remains with the original finish.
- The leaves are a good colour match to the table top, but the grain pattern is slightly more pronounced due to a lack of use.