Designer : Rudolf Bernd Glatzel
Producer : Fristho Franeker
From : Netherlands
Description : this extendable table was designed by Rudolf Bernd Glatzel and then edited by Fristho Franeker during the 60's. It is composed of a rosewood structure and top. The four feet are encrusted with metal pieces.
It can accommodate up to 8 persons (picture n°12) or 10 persons with the extension leaf (picture n°13). The extension is also made in rosewood.
This table presents a beautiful veining of the wood.
Condition : this product is in good vintage condition.
Restoration : no restoration has been carried out, entirely original product.
Without extension leaf
Length : 160 cm
Depth : 85 cm
Height : 72,5 cm
Length : 50cm
Depth : 85 cm
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