This robust dining table from Vamdrup was produced in Denmark during the 1970s. When extended the table measures 172 cm.
This dining table was manufactured in Italy in the 1950s. It features an organic mahogany structure with brass feet.
Ausziehbarer Esstisch aus der Selex Serie von Barovero Torino Italia. Die zusammengeklappte Platte wird zur Seite geschoben und kann dann auf die doppelte Länge aufgeklappt werden. Die oberen Enden der Füße haben brünierte Messingenden.
This set of five model SB02 dining chairs and matching model TB38 extendable dining table was designed by Cees Braakman for Pastoe. While Cees Braakman traveled in the US in the 1950s he got inspired by the designs of C&R Eames, at his return he designed these chairs that became a Dutch design classic in Europe.
This oak and teak extendable dining table, model AT312, can seat eight to ten people. It was designed by Hans J. Wegner and produced by Andreas Tuck in Denmark in the 1950s. When extended, it measures 280 cm.
This sculptural dining table was designed by Ico Parisi. It is made from dark wood and features the original pale grey melamine top and brass sabot feet.
Wooden dining table with lacquered legs, designed by Robin Day for Hille UK in the 1950s. This rare first edition for Hille remains in a good condition and has developed a good patina.
This mid century dining tbale or desk was probably produced in Sweden in the 1950s. It is made from black lacquered metal legs and a loose teak top.
A set of a dining table and six chairs by designer Marco Zanuso for Zanotta. With a glass top and metal legs. Zanuso was one of a group of Italian designers from Milan shaping the international concept of good design in the post-war years. The chairs have a specially woven linen execution with a simple but fashionable design. Seat height 45 cm.
Seltenes Tisch Set bestehend aus 6 Stühlen und 1 ausziehbarem Tisch. Alles aus Nussbaumholz. Die Stühle sind mit Stoff bezogen.
This newly refinished table is an extendable dining table by Henning Kjærnulf for Vejle Stole & Møbelfabrik, made in the 1960s. The table is solid, and the top features a characteristic teak patterned grain.
This dining table seats six and is made of pine with turned legs. The surface has been whitewashed. This piece is from the Victorian era, and is of English origin.
This dining table was designed by Wilhelm and Elly Kuch in Germany in 1967. Both frame and tiles are handmade. It is made from ceramic and steel.
This dining table was designed and manufactured in Denmark in the 1960s. The teak frame features extendable leaves, elongating the table from 130 to 283 cm. The table is in a excellent vintage condition.
Kleiner runder Eßtisch aus Italien mit Messinggestell und Nußbaumplatte ca. 1950. Die kleinen Füße sind regulierbar für unebene Böden.
This drop-leaf dining table, model AT 309, was designed by Hans J. Wegner for Andreas Tuck in Denmark. It is made of teak, oak, and brass and. It measures 178 with one leaf extended and 228 cm with both leaves.
- Circular dining table in teak designed by Danish mid-century designer Kai Kristiansen - Comes with two extensions made from MDF (fiberboard) - Made from both solid teak and veneer
This set includes a bench and a dining table designed and produced by Pierre Chapo in France circa 1960. They are made from solid elm. Pierre Chapo was born into a family of craftsmen. He worked in the workshop of a navy carpenter before graduating as an architect in 1958 from the Ecole Nationale Supe?rieure des Beaux-Arts in Paris. He traveled in the United States and in Europe and then opened his own workshop in Clamart and a shop in Paris. Chapo´s work was inspired by Charlotte Perriand. Ten...