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Tulip dining table with white oval top 198 cm fixed on an aluminium cast iron solid base covered with black «Rilsan». In very good condition. Size 198 x 121 cm (H. 74 cm)
Extending table in rosewood with black shoes. Maximum length 266 cm. Manufacturer’s tag. Size 150×100 cm, H: 74cm, extension 2x 58 cm Very good condition, both extensions are darker than the table top.
This dining set is a great example of the radical Bauhaus aesthetic. Simple, functional and as modern as when it was first designed, it perfectly represents the ethos of the avant-garde movement. What makes the design of these chairs distinctive...
Emile & Walter Baumann “traineau” sledge chairs. These French chairs have a distinct Scandinavian inspiration but still retain a unique design. Reupholstered and beechwood frame.
Industrial design dining suite from the 1950s, consisting of a metal table and four chairs. The frames are made of off-white painted tubular steel, the tabletop of black painted steel, seats and backs of the chairs of clear painted plywood....
This midcentury flip-flap dining table seats 4 when closed and 6-8 when open (174cm extended).
Extendable dining table from the 1960s in Scandinavian style. Beautiful plain model made of rosewood, in very good condition. The dimensions: width 134 cm (extended 248 cm), depth 90 cm, height 73.5 cm.
table made in Denmark in the 1960s extendable on both sides nice drawings in the wood in rosewood in very good condition (some minor dents in the top) dimensions: height: 73,5 cm length: 140 cm (+ 2 extensions of 50...
Mid-Century Modern elliptical dining table , manufactured in Italy in the 1950s Materials : Solid beech wood , light green retro lacquered glass , black enameled iron Restoration : A complete restoration was carried out on this table starting from...
Very nice round table designed by Anna Castelli for the Castelli Italy company, 1960. Aluminum foot with a chrome upright supporting a laminate surface with a thick rubber outer rim. Very good condition.
Dining table with two extensions. Designed and produced by Slagelse Møbelværk, Denmark in the 1960s. 2×60 cm extensions. Total length 273 cm. DIMENSIONS: W. 153 cm. H. 73 cm. D. 90 cm.
Dining table in teak with two extensions. Designed and produced by Skovmand Andersen, Denmark. Max length 236 cm. DIMENSIONS: W. 134 cm. H. 72 cm. D. 84 cm.
Unusual dining table from the 1980’s. The table consists of a square top made of heavy satinated glass, and four legs made of matt black painted steel. The legs are fixed to the top with wing screws. The top can...
These solid monastery dining tables were manufactured in the 1950s and used until now in a Belgian monastery. The typical design of a medieval monastery table was interpreted into a 1950s design with a formica top. We have 4 tables...
Dining table with extensions. Designed and produced by Slagelse Møbelværk, Denmark in the 1960s. 2 ext. each 60 cm. Max length is 273 cm.
Extendable dining table, made in the 1970s in Germany by Lübke. High quality furniture made of shiny black lacquered wood. The table has a mechanism wwhich allows to unfold one or two additional leaves. This results in three different table...
Extendable teak table from Pastoe, 1950s. This design was revolutionary as it was Europe’s first flat-pack kitchen table available through mail-order. Very nice condition, highly practical piece in a compact footprint. The extendable parts add 37cm a piece when slid...
Dressing table with stool, designed and manufactured in 2012 by Therese Granlund. Fantastic piece, somewhere between design and art. The furniture is a unique piece from the series ‘Form Follows Foam’, which was presented in the magazine ‘domus’ in 2012....
Expanding dining table in rosewood. Designed by Niels Ole Møller and manufactured by J.L.Møllers Stolefabrik, Denmark around the mid 1960s. Max length 236 cm. DIMENSIONS: W. 130 cm. H. 73 cm. D. 90 cm.
X-large Møller dining table in rosewood. 2 extensions with skirts. Max length is 222 cm. Designed and produced in the mid 1960s by Niels Ole Møller and J.L.Møllers stolefabrik. Stamped and marked by Møller AND Illums Bolighus.
Table from the “Toadstool” series. Designed by Nanna Ditzel for Kolds Savværk, Denmark Table made of pine, veneered table top, probably ash or birch. The table has been refinished and is in very good condition.
La Basilica is an architectural dining table designed by Mario Bellini in 1978 for Cassina. This strong pure rectangular table in walnut has a top with 4 staves and a base with 8 legs, inspired by the columns of a...
This square table T88A – Black Edition – was designed by Maarten Van Severen and manufactured by Top Mouton in the late 1990s. The table is made of black lacquered aluminium. It is a rare early edition, only produced in...
Dining table with one extension in teak. Designed by Johs Andersen and manufactured by Uldum Møbelfabrik, Denmark. Max. length is 222 cm DIMENSIONS: W. 152 cm. H. 73 cm. D. 85 cm.
Dining table in oak with extensions. Model AT-312 designed by Hans Jørgen Wegner and manufactured by Andr.Tuck, Copenhagen, Denmark. Max length 240 cm. DIMENSIONS: W. 140 cm. H. 72 cm. D. 90 cm.