1970s McIntosh Teak Circular Extending Dining Table.
Closed (as circular table): Diameter: 114cm x Height: 73cm
Extended: Width:159cm x Depth: 114cm
Table height from floor: 71.5cm
Made in the 1970s by McIntosh.
Teak veneered circular table that entends into an oval.
Leaf stored in the table with internal butterfly mechanism, when extended the leaf slots neatly into table with locating brass dowels and sockets.
McIntosh of Kirkcaldy in Scotland along with G Plan of High Wycombe were the 2 main makers of British contemporary dining furniture in the 1960s and 70s and both manufacturers are now the very essence of British Mid Century Modern. Despite an aesthetic that could be mistaken as Danish modern in the mid-century period, the company marketed itself, both at home and abroad, as proud Scottish firm that utilised traditional processes that employed local, highly-skilled cabinetmakers.
Whilst this piece is in great condition, it is vintage, and as such may show some small signs of its age.