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Bauhaus Extendable Dining Table

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Art Deco dining table veneered in Macassar. Designed by Bruno Paul, Germany, circa 1930. Extendable in two dimensions (180 or 220cm) through folding/pulling elements hidden under the table.

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Art Deco dining table veneered in Macassar. Designed by Bruno Paul, Germany, circa 1930. Extendable in two dimensions (180 or 220cm) through folding/pulling elements hidden under the table. Also available four dining chair, check our front store or search for item no. LU980420550142 to match the set. Condition: Good original condition with normal wear of use and time, it needs just a slightly polish.

Dimensions: Height 78 cm (30.71 in.), width 140 cm (4 ft. 7.1 in.), depth 105 cm (41.34 in.)

Literature: Hans Ottomeyer und Alfred Ziffer: Möbel des Neoklassizismus und der Neuen Sachlichkeit, identical model p.171.

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