Dining set in teak by McIntosh and Danish chairs


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Extending dining table designed by Tom Robertson for McIntosh’s Dunvegan collection in the 70s. This piece, made of teak, keeps the original signature with the year.

This table became one of the icons of the brand, its design was patented by McIntosh in the 60s.

It contains a double interior extension with a butterfly opening. The two boards are stored folded.

What distinguishes this table from other tables of its time is the beauty of the meeting of the legs with the stringers that make up the structure. A clean meeting that gives all the elegance to the table.

This is a beautiful set of six Danish chairs that are skillfully crafted using high-quality teak wood, renowned for its durability and resistance to decay. These chairs are not only sturdy but also adorned with black leatherette upholstery, which gives them an elegant and sophisticated look. The upholstery is made of a high-quality material that’s not only soft and comfortable but also easy to clean. With these chairs, you can be sure of durability, comfort, and style all in one package.A set of six Danish chairs made of teak wood, featuring black leatherette upholstery.

Additional measures:

Closed table: length 160 cm, width 91 cm, height 74 cm

Open table: length 198 cm (with one extension), 236 cm (fully extended), width from 91 cm to 87 cm at its narrowest part, height 74 cm

You can find more McIntosh pieces in the Vintage14 catalogue.