This rosewood dining table features leaves on each end that extend the piece to a total length of 255 centimeters.
- Mid-century Italian rosewood dining table manufactured by Stildomus in the 1960s - Features a polygonal top with a diamond-shapes detail to the edges - Table is extendible and its maximum length is 165.5 cm
This dining table with two extension leaves was designed by Belgian architect Alfred Hendrickx.
This large dining table was designed by Osvaldo Borsani and has its original marble top. The table was produced by Tecno in the 1960s. The tabletop is made of Carrara marble (200 kg) and measures 230 cm. The top rests on a tulip steel base.
- Omann Jun model 55 circular dining table - Rosewood structure with 3 extension leaves - From circular diameter 120 to oval 170cm and with all 3 leaves a total of 270cm - Table has supportive kickstand / leg in metal - Manufactured by Omann Jun A/S in the 1960s
This dining table features a frame in partially brushed stainless steel as well as a tabletop veneered in black wood.
This set of four chairs and expandable dining table were manufactured by Stildomus circa 1960. The set is made of rosewood.
This vintage dining table, produced in Italy in the 1950s, is made of maple.
This teak drop leaf dining or console table was designed by Poul M. Volther for Frem Røjle and produced in 1956. The piece features a brass-hinged top that simply and easily folds over to create a demilune table which could also be used as a console table or a smaller dining table for two.
-Auszugs- Esstisch -Top Kunstharz hellblau -zwei Einlagen, die einzeln durch Hebelmechanik hoch geschoben werden -Gestell Metall schwarz
This dining table from the acclaimed Nomos series was designed by Sir Norman Foster for Tecno in 1986. It won the Compasso d´Oro prize at Milan Triennale in 1987.
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.
- Esstisch von Ib Kofod Larsen für Faarup Møbelfabrik Dänemark, um 1960. - Simple runde Form und ausgearbeiteten Tischbeine, die in die Tischplatte übergehen - Handwerklich sehr hochwertig gearbeitet mit vielen massiven Palisanderholzteilen - Der Tisch lässt sich mit zwei Einlegeplatten auf 220 cm erweitern - Der Tisch verfügt über ein zusätzliches Stützbein, dass beim Ausziehen des Tisches nach unten klappt - Die Tischplatten werden durch Nut und Feder gehalten
This table designed by Johannes Andersen is extendable on both sides and has legs in teak. Each extension measures 46.5cm and when fully extended the table measures 253cm.
- Model TU11 dining table - Designed by Cees Braakman - Made by Pastoe - Black metal frame - Teak veneer top - Sheet has been sanded & varnished
This large dining table with a glass top and steel base was designed by Horst Bruning in Germany for Kill International during the 1970s.
This model 311 Scandinavian dining table was designed by Peter Hidt & Olrla Mølgaard Nielsen and was produced in Denmark by Søborg Mobelfabrik in 1956. The piece is made from solid wild teak and features a slightly oval top, and efilés feet that start oval at the base and end cylindrical. This model was designed in 1956; the production cost and effort focused to find good enough quality solid teak pushed the Søborg factory to stop production in the early 1960s.
Jean Prouvé designed this wooden dining table together with Guy Rey-Millet for Refuge de la Vanoise, CAF, Les Arcs, France around 1967.