This 1960s teak and oak extendable dining table is an exquisite and versatile statement piece which can be adapted for 2 – 10 people, optimising space when in daily use without any detraction from the sheer beauty of the design.
It was produced by Vejle Stole and designed by Henning Kjaernulf whose work is featured in the Danish design museum index, mostly prominent in the 1960s. His signature design traits include sophisticated wood grain contrasting and multi functional table design that adapts from small, intimate dining settings to large scale entertainment use. These are both notable in this table that includes two separate extension sections that can be easily stored away until needed.
When fully extended, this beautiful table cannot fail to inspire and sits 10 people so is perfect for entertaining. Each panel is framed in teak with the inlaid oak panels travelling in alternate directions.and give a striking and stand-out quality to the overall look.
A fabulous addition to any dining space by a notable Danish designer. This is a fine example of mid century modern design.
Please note for international shipping, the drop leaves will be removed from the hinges and will need simple reassembling.