Large 1960’s Dalescraft teak extending dining table seats 10 comfortably

Large 1960’s Dalescraft teak extending dining table seats 10 comfortably

This is the largest standard teak dining table made in Britain in the 1960’s that we have seen . It has the advantage unlike most British mid-century tables of having removable legs so it’s easy to move and store . Dalescraft were a premium maker of contemporary furniture in the 1960’s so their pieces are always nicely made . Malcolm Walker not only owned the company but was also a very accomplished designer who was highly influenced by Danish design .

As with so many things that don’t turn up very often we managed to buy 2 within a few weeks after waiting years to find one ! The first one came with 8 Dalescraft chairs and the set sold very soon after we’d cleaned it . This one arrived in fabulous vintage condition with no obvious marks or scratches and just needed a very light clean . It came with 6 chairs , but they were by Dalescraft’s main competitor A Younger .

When un-extended it seats 6 neatly , and with all 3 leaves in place it comfortably seats 10 , but possibly will take 12 at a push . Most vintage dining tables are around 250cms fully extended . This one like the last one starts out at 167cms x 98.5cms , and each leaf adds 40cms taking it to 287cms .

It’s shown with 2 different sets of G Plan Danish Range dining chairs , but we have other options available .

 

Price: £975

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