Highly rare dining or office table designed by Preben Fabricius and Jorgen Kastholm and manufactured by Kill International Fellbach, Germany 1968. This table has cast aluminium feet which are connected by a solid steel structure which is painted in black. The legs have adjustable feet to equal an uneven floor. The top is made of beautiful wenge veneer which has a nice brown colour and beautiful grain. Wenge wood was a popular wood often used for furniture in the 60s and 70s, however in meanwhile it is a rare wood and not easy to get. It is a beautiful wood which mostly has a brown tan with dark veins running through it. Its appearance is very recognizable, and makes each piece of furniture unique. This rare dining table was from a modular design and exists in different sizes, this is for a very nice slight rectangular size which could fit up to 10 chairs if wanted. The size of the top is pretty unusual which gives the table an interesting shape. The structure is beautifully constructed with the aluminium legs in combination with the black centre structure. The table is in good condition, minimal wear to the legs which is normal from several years of usage. The top was professionally refinished and is in very good condition. Chairs on the last pictures are not included.
Preben Fabricius & Jorgen Kastholm
Aluminium, steel, wenge
Holland / Belgium:
150 - 750
1000 - 2000
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