Mid-Century Extending Dining Table Designed By John Herbert For A. Younger, 1968

£850.00

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Description

This piece was designed by John Herbert for A. Younger during the ’60s. Originally crafted in the United Kingdom, the majority of this extendable table is made in teak; the structure, legs and outline of the sides are made in solid afrormosia.

John Herbert, design director for A. Younger Furniture in London, was the first to introduce the Scandinavian style into the UK back in the ’50s. He is especially known for his high-quality sideboards, tables and chests made in teak, afrormosia or an African wood similar to teak in appearance.

This table has been fully restored, sanded and re-polished, both structurally and aesthetically. It has a small 3-4cm mark on the top of the right edge, it could not be removed during the restoration process as can be appreciated in the pictures.

Dimensions
Closed: 145×88.5 H72.5 cm
Open: 191×88.5 H72.5 cm

Additional information

Dimensions 190.0 × 89.0 × 72.0 cm

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