Absolutely exquisite vintage 1970s burl wood dining table. The Parsons table resembles work by celebrated American designer, Milo Baughman. Our table has no label but was costs a pretty penny when purchased new in the 1970s. We procured this table from the original owner. This table was a prized possession, as evidenced by it’s outstanding condition. The 66″ long table expands as long as 110″ long! The table comes with two 22″ leaves that can be added to customize the table length. Sturdy metal rails ensure that the table does not bow when expanded. As you add the leaves, notice how the elaborately marbled wood grain matches up. The designer took special care in the details to create the book match grain. The table can easily seat a group of ten guests — maybe even twelve! The previous owner kept the table at it’s compact 66″ length for daily use. The table is just as gorgeous whether compact or expanded. The burl wood is absolutely mesmerizing with undulating swirls of honey and caramel tones. It truly is a functional work of art. One that you will fall in love with at every meal, or even just passing by.
This listing is for the table alone. The chairs, burl sofa table, and burl end tables pictured are sold separately. Inquire if you are interested in any of the matching pieces.
66″-110″ Long x 39″ Wide x 28.5″ High
Two leaves 22″ wide each