TEAK DINING TABLE WITH EXTENSION BY H.W. KLEIN FOR BRAMIN
Beautiful extendable dining table, created in the late 1960s by Norwegian designer Henry Walter Klein and produced in Denmark by the Bramin label. Made of teak wood, it presents a rectangular shaped tabletop with gently turned corners and a seam at the midpoint, which allows us to extend it by means of an additional sheet (supported under the slats of the table) giving us the possibility of extending it up to 185 cm in height. length. To finish, we highlight the decorative notch of three spikes in the corners of the furniture, which joins the waists of the tabletop, a detail of noble cabinetmaking that gives the piece a greater beauty.
After being completely restored, it has been able to recover its good original condition, both structurally and aesthetically (only to mention a slight change in tone in the dash along the vertex of one of the long sides).
And remember: a piece of furniture that exemplifies the virtues of the esteemed Scandinavian design ;)
L: 135 cm H: 71 cm P: 90 cm