This is Scandinavian wonder if there ever was. Made by France & Son in the ’50’s & early 60’s and designed by Peter Hvidt & Orla Molgaard-Nielsen. The table is two tier – the top surface is cross-grain cut teak and carved with a slight boomerang shape, teak and a dense cane weave make up the second lower surface.
The four legs are removable as are the three supports that hold up the top surface. Bigger than you’d think, I think, but fits snuggly in a corner.
It appears to be refinished and retains some scratching on the top surface and light scratches to the legs. There are also a couple minor breaks in the caning. However, the refinish was done well and it has a nice patina that says ‘I’m not IKEA, I’m solid teak, I’ll be around for decades to come, and look at my curves.’ Yowser!
|Dimensions||29 × 28 × 25 in|