Mid century coffee table by Trioh
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1 in stock
Materials: Beautifully crafted from teakwood/ rosewood/ oakwood / beechwood.
Wood Finish: All surfaces are sanded in a hand mechanic manner to avoid the use of chemical strippers and re-polished with high-quality oils to give a "good as new" professional finish. All the products used in the restoration process are environment-friendly
Construction: Joints are stress tested to ensure they are sturdy and solid. All items shown are fully restored and ready for shipping.
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Mid-Century Danish coffee table designed by Severin Hansen for Haslev in the 60’s.
This example comes stamped with the Danish Furniture makers.
The table contains all the features of the Danish modern furnitures with a minimalism design, pure lines creating clean joints based on an understanding how mix the craftsmanship couple with a careful choose of the rosewood.
Very simple design with a gorgeous result.
Full restored with excellent conditions.
Sanded with tradicional and mechanical way to avoid the use of chemicals and re-polished with natural oils.
Mid-Century teak folding table designed by Tom Robertson for McIntosh in the 60s. This table is very useful, you can store it easily and once open it can seat up 6 people comfortably. It has a beautiful design once open due to the cross of its legs.
Excellent — This vintage piece is in near original condition. It may show minimal traces of use and/or have slight restorations.
Mid-Century dining table designed by Tom Robertson in the 1960s for A.H. McIntosh in Scotland (Model T2).
This boat-shaped table was made of teak wood and has an extension inside that provide it with a larger use-surface.
It has been completely restored by professionals. The teak of this wood has an incredible color and a vibrant grain.
Closed: 146.5 x 83 cm; height 74cm
Extended: 192 x 83 cm; height 74 cm.
The extension measures 45.5 cm
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