A beautifully designed & crafted teak extending dining table, designed and manufactured in the 1960s. Possibly Danish. This model is popular due to its compact size and the fact that it can be easily extended when required. It features an extension leaf that stores underneath the table top, making it a very versatile dining table. This retro table extends quickly and easily by simply pulling the two halves apart which reveal the hidden leaf. The leaf is put in place then the table can then be pushed back together to achieve the extra length. An unusual design whereby the table legs sit right on the corners of the table. Very similar, in that regard, to some of the dining tables designed by HW Klein for the Danish Maker Bramin.
Dimensions: H74 x D77 x L122cm (Length when extended – 168cm)