For sale is a beautiful, Danish teak mid-century rectangular dining table. Circa 1960s, I've refinished many Danish teak tables over the years and the unique old-growth woodgrain featured on this table is stunning...it's absolutely gorgeous and would be a beautiful table for your family to gather around. I took photos in different lighting to showcase how truly beautiful the tabletop turned out.
TABLE CONDITION/DETAILS: This rectangular teak dining table is of the utmost quality and in pristine condition after being recently restored. It now exudes that wonderful warm teak-toned glow and has just been refinished so it now exudes a beautiful satin sheen throughout. Closely inspect the pictures to notice the beautiful tabletop woodgraining...they certainly don't make furniture of this quality anymore. Also notice bull nose table edging and tapered legs that are pushed out way out to the corners for added legroom underneath...this is Danish quality and styling at its finest. It is stamped "Made in Denmark" and looks like tables made by Hornslet Mobelfabrik but I can't definitively claim it as such since there is no makers mark. Overall, it presents beautifully.
TABLE SIZE/DIMENSIONS: The scale of this dining table would be best suited for medium-to-larger sized dining spaces as the table is both wider and longer than normal teak dining tables of the era. It is 59" x 39.5" with two 23.75" concealed leaves neatly stored under the tabletop but quickly expands to 82.75" x 39.5" (with one leaf extended) or a whopping 106.5" x 39.5" when both leaves are expanded - enough for 8-10 people. As you can see its quite large/long as it nearly engulfs my entire living room! Normal dining table height, 29.5" high.
CHAIRS NOT INCLUDED NOR FOR SALE (only shown for context).
SHIPPING IS NOT FREE (NOR $0.01)! Please contact me with your zipcode for an exact quote to find the most cost-effective for you PRIOR TO ORDERING; table legs will be detached for shipment but are very easy to reattach. I sell and ship much mid-century modern furniture nationwide from my home showroom in Seattle so I'll coordinate all shipping logistics on my end if you'd like...I utilize shipping companies that specializes in furniture transportation and individually wrap/unwrap each piece for the utmost protection. Shipments usually go out the first week of each month but shipping times aren't always exact so some flexibility is required. Free local pickup in the Seattle area too, or you can arrange you're own shipping.
QUESTIONS: Happy to answer any questions and send additional photos, if needed. My hope is to provide as much detail/images so there are no surprises upon delivery.
LASTLY: Please contact me should you have any questions, and visit the gallery section of my online site to give you an idea of the caliber and quality of my restorations: www.MidCenturyClever.com/gallery and BE SURE TO FOLLOW ALONG MY INSTAGRAM @midcenturyclever.
Very midcentury, MCM, vintage, Danish, Koefoed Hornslet, Scandinavian, retro, atomic, modern, etc.
I'll do my best to meet these shipping estimates, but can't guarantee them. Actual delivery time will depend on the shipping method you choose.
Buyers are responsible for any customs and import taxes that may apply. I'm not responsible for delays due to customs.
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But please contact me if you have any problems with your order.