Extending Rosewood Dining Table & 6 Chairs by McIntosh of Kirkcaldy

Extending Rosewood Dining Table & 6 Chairs by McIntosh of Kirkcaldy


A super stylish mid-century dining set.

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This fantastic mid-century dining table comes with 6 chairs (4 that swivel plus 2 fixed) and extends to accommodate 6 people, if required. The rosewood grain of the table top is truly stunning. The central pedestal leg of the table removes the limitations that can occur with traditional tables, where the table legs are set around the table’s edge and can come into conflict with the chairs. The extra table leaf stores easily underneath the table top and swings out to allow the table to be extended. A beautifully designed & crafted extending dining table, this vintage dining set has a very stylish retro look.

Scottish furniture manufacturer McIntosh is best known on the vintage market for their mid-century style furniture, particularly for teak cabinetry and sideboards. Founded in 1869 by Alexander Henry (A.H) McIntosh (1835-1919) in Kirkcaldy, Fife. The business quickly grew in size, requiring new, larger premises just a decade later. In 1879, McIntosh bought a new factory and opened Victoria Cabinet Works a year later.

Though little information regarding McIntosh’s early designs is available, it is known that the factory—like many British enterprises—joined the war effort during the First World War. With most workers (including the founder’s grandson, Henry) called up to enlist, the McIntosh factory began manufacturing airplane wings and other parts for the duration of the war. During this time, Alexander Henry’s son Thomas Wishart McIntosh (1861–1933), headed the family business from London, where McIntosh had established an office.

Despite an aesthetic that could be mistaken as Danish modern, the company marketed itself, both at home and abroad, as a proud Scottish firm that utilized traditional processes and that employed local, highly-skilled cabinetmakers. The McIntosh label, which survives on many 1950s and 1960s pieces, shows the Scottish thistle and crown, a long-time symbol of Scotland. From 1948 until 1983, Tom Robertson worked as head designer for the firm; creating his most notable design, the teak Dunvegan sideboard (1960s) known for its sculpted handles.

We’ve had the seat bases recovered so that the black vinyl is in super condition.

Height 75cm – Diameter(unextended) 122cm – Length(extended) 167cm




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