Dining table designed by Knud Jörgensen,
Denmark, 1950s.

Honduran mahogany.

This expensively produced mid-century Danish dining table is of the highest quality, with cross-section stretchers overlapping underneath the table’s surface. The table is sculptural yet composed of solid wood, making it very stable. Mahogany is one of the most exclusive woods used in furniture making; its colour and grain structure are remarkable.

Side aprons connect the table’s curved surface and solid legs for additional balance, adding another expensive detail to the design. The size and quality of workmanship indicate that Knud Jörgensen, an incredibly skilled cabinetmaker, probably made this piece a special order.

Provenance: From a private Danish collection.

H: 74 cm / 2’ 5’’
L: 150 cm / 4’ 1’’
D: 70.5 cm / 2’ 5 1/2’’

Price: on application

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