Mid-century Dining Table, Teak Wood, Brass Elements, Norway, 1950s
Introducing a mid-century dining table from the 1950s by Norwegian company Hiorth and Ostlyngen! Some suspect that famous Alf Sture might have been somehow involved in designing this table, but there is no officially documented confirmation so far. Showcasing a neat design with a few unfolding options. A truly practical and versatile piece. This piece was carefully restored. All wooden elements have been cleaned and refinished with high quality wood oil that brought out the warmth and natural charm of teak wood. All legs are finished with elegant brass cups. This is a rare find and a little gem from the beginning of the golden era of Norwegian design. The table is very solid and stable, perfectly ready for everyday use.
Details for the table
L: 47.2 inches (120 cm) W: 72.4 inches (184 cm) H: 28 inches (71 cm)