Vintage Rosewood dining table with 2 self stored leaves. Model 41 designed by Henry Rosengreen Hansen 1963
A stunning midcentury Danish rare Henry Rosengreen Hansen design rectangular dining table in rosewood. Model 41 design in 1963
This rare and exceptional quality dining table is produced using solid blockwood furniture boards for the main top and leaves while all the sub-structure and extending runners are in oak.
The use of these materials are unique to Brande and ensures a very light yet strong and durable table.
The table seats 6 comfortablty before 1 or both the self-stored leaves are taken into use. The leaves store inside the table and are of 2 slightly different sizes.
1 leaf adds 17 inch / 43cm the 2nd leaf adds 18 inch / 46cm to the tables length.
Fully extended the table comfotably seats 10 as you can see in the images below.
The legs are as much a design feature in the way they fit the table and are cupped by the edge.
They bolt to the subframe but also have dowl fittings so they stay solid and stable.
Condition: Immaculate rosewood with deep rich patina and oiled finish. The oiled finish helps to protect the wood while nourishing and enhancing the natural patina.
Very light signs of use commensurate with age.
Table dismantles for transport / Shipping.
Makers sticker fitted to underside.
RATED 5/5 FOR INVESTMENT
Based on rarity / Condition
Design: Henry Rosengreen-Hansen
Producer: Brande Mobelfabrik
Year of design: 1963
Source: Brande mobelfabrik catalogue 1963
Length 65 inch / 165cm
Width 39 inch / 99cm
Height 28½ inch / 72cm
Extends to 82 inch / 208cm
Fully extends to 100 inch / 254cm