Fantastic large conference table custom made for a Linnen factory in Apeldoorn ca 1920. This table is superbly made and finished and very modern for its time. The trapezium shape was made because the space where the table was in was about the same size. This is made of solid oak details and an oak veneer top. Very smooth and simple lines make this table beautiful from all sides. The top is reinforced at the bottom with 2 metal strips. The table has wear from 95 years of usage, its nearly antique! There are some bumps along the edges and there are some marks on the top that are visible on the pictures. But this all suits a table from this age. Would look strange if this was new. can use up to 12 chairs easily.
Oak wood, metal
Good with patina
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