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Henning Kjaernulf dining table | 3 extra leaves

Henning Kjaernulf dining table | 3 extra leaves

Excquisite dining table designed by Henning Kjaernulf 1958Round dining table wtih 3 extra leaves 2 party leaves 1 with plinthSoro mobelfabrik produced model 62 dining table with self-raising support leg.
Large table extendable from round 4 seater to oval 10 seater.Beautiful even patina on leaves and main table top.Self-raising centre support leg stops the extended length from sagging.
Support leg prevents the table from sagging in the middle when extendedSoro Mobelfabrik dining table can be completely dismantledVery high quality construction with morticed legs that bolt in place
All 3 of the extra leaves are in superb condition
Henning Kjaernulf dining table | 3 extra leaves
Vintage teak dining table with round top and extendable to seat 10 comfortably.

This table has been made of very high quality materials and in construction as it has been made using solid block wood to achieve a very solid / stable table that is light and elegant in appearance too.

The table seats 4 comfortably and can quickly and easily be extended by adding the extra leaves.

1 leaf has the matching plinth so it can be used in the table all the time and this give an unbroken plinth all the way round.
The remaining 2 leaves are without plinth and party leaves as the assumption is for the table to be covered in a cloth.

All the leaves are in teak and the same stong construction as the table.

When the table is extended beyond 1 leaf a central support leg drops down. This is to support the span of the table and prevent the middle from hanging / sagging.
The leg folds away by itself when the table is closed down to round size.

Condition. Immacualte with lovely patina and oil finish.

Design. Henning Kjærnulf
Producer. Sorø møbelfabrik
Year of design. 1958
Model 62

Diameter: 45 inch / 115cm
Height 29 inch / 74cm

Extends to 104½ inch / 265cm
Each leaf is 19½ inch / 50cm

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