Bridge games table in teak with revesible top, Hundevad & Co
Midcentury Danish design teak games / bridge table designed by Carlo Jensen for Hundevad / Co.
This lovely little teak table lends itself to being used as a dining table in a small flat or kitchen but has the added ability that it can be extended to give more table space.
The 2 draw leaves are hidden under the main top and simply pull out, independent of each other, to extend the table length.
The other use for this table becomes evident once the top has been flipped over. This reveals the green felt.
This table was designed by Carlo Jensen to be used for playing bridge and that is why its small size is important.
Condition: Very good with lovely patina and oiled finish. A burn mark on the top has been repaired as best possible.
Clearly branded to underside with makers mark.
The table legs can be removed from the main frame as they are fixed on with wing nuts
Design: Carlo Jensen
Producer: Hundevad & Co
Year of design: 1966
Source: Mobilia, March 1966
Width 31½ inch / 80cm
Depth 31½ inch / 80cm
Height 27½ inch / 70cm
Extended length 54 inch / 138cm