1960’s Teak dining Chairs by Dalescraft and Matching dining table.
Extending teak dining table and a set of six, 1960’s Dalescraft teak dining chairs designed by Malcolm David Walker .
Dalescraft of Pudsey in Leeds were a small up-market maker in the late 1950’s and into the 1960’s. Malcolm Walker was their designer and managing director and was very influenced by Scandinavian design. Their pieces are always extremely well made and were more expensive than those of G Plan and McIntosh .
The chairs have teak legs and backs and upholstered seat pads. They have been cleaned and oiled and are in nice vintage condition with only a few light scratches. The seat pads have been upholstered in a lovely teal coloured linen mix fabric which looks lovely with the colour of the teak wood.
We also have the matching table which measures 132cm x 90cm with a central leaf adding 61cm when extended. Table is £350 which has been cleaned and oiled. Unusually for a British dining table from this era the legs are removable, so it’s great for those with a narrow doorway or in an apartment up long staircases.
The chairs are sold now, table available at £350, other dining chairs available.
Materials: Teak, Linen
Dimensions: Chairs Height 75cm, width 50cm, depth 45cm.