A Danish rosewood, rectangular, dining table which is beautifully constructed with an interesting minimalist approach to the design. The small depth of the table makes it a perfect addition to any smaller apartment or home. Manufactured by Bramin during the 1960s and designed by H.W Klein. The original label is on the underside of the table.
The table features sculpted edges and solid rosewood turned legs which screw into the table in each corner therefore making it very easy to transport or store. The table has a single leaf, with an apron to match the rest of the table, which is easily stored underneath when not in use. The table in its present state has some sun bleaching especially when you compare the inside of the legs and the tabletop to the stored leaf. A restorer is currently working on it at the moment to try and resolve this issue. I will revise the images once it's been restored back to its original state. There are no dents or scratches just the bleaching.
A beautiful table which is perfect for daily use as well as being a statement piece.