Danish design teak and oak draw leaf dining table with self stored leaves.
Midcentury Danish design teak dining table with light oak legs. Self stored draw-leaves that extend the table from 4 to 8 seater.
The slender design details of the table, such as the exposed box section construction with the solid teak edges of the table, make it as versatile as the hidden leaves.
The hidden leaves, which pull straight out from under the main table top, come out independent of each other allowing you to use one or both at any time.
The leaves raise up to the same level as the main top and remain strong and stable when pulled out.
The main top does not move at all when the leaves are in or out.
A typical feature of this early 1950s design is the use of teak mixed with light oak. Something seen on many of Hans Wegner's designs from that period.
Condition: Exceptional vintage condition. Restored table top with unique patina and even oiled finish.
The table disassembles for easy transport / shipping.
Length 51 inch / 130 cm
Width 33 inch / 84cm
Height 29 inch / 74cm
Extended length 90½ inch / 230cm