This table is really a work of art! It is also one of the great mysteries among Danish design aficionados. Various vintage source material, and information from Danish furnituremakers still in business, attribute this gorgeous design to either Kurt Østervig, Niels Koefoeds (Model No. 304), or Dyrlund.
Regardless, we are very pleased to present this wonderful and very unusual teak gateleg table. The sculptural, carved solid teak legs fold out to support two leaves. Rather than a typical piano hinge, the joint is cut into the wood in a large finger-joint pattern. With both leaves up, the top is elegantly elliptical. The craftsmanship is top notch.
This would make a wonderful table for a small apartment. With both leaves down, it creates a stunning table for two. With one leaf down, it could be against a wall and seat 4-5 guests. Or pull it out and open it up all the way for dinner parties. It is a stunning table.
In excellent vintage condition. There is a slightly darker area in the very center (from being covered with a centerpiece: exposure to sunlight will even it out over time.) There are a couple of light scratches and a small dent.
With both leaves extended: 76.75" wide x 51.25" deep x 28.5" high
With one leaf: 52.125" x 51.25"
With no leaves: 28.5" x 51.25"