Beautiful Mid-Century Modern expandable dining table designed by Kipp Stewart for Drexel Declaration dated 1961. Features richly bookmatched grained, walnut, clean lines characteristic of classic Danish design. Raised over four solid walnut tapered legs, creating a clean and elegant profile. This remarkable dining table comes with two extension leaves to accommodate extra seating, transforming seating capacity from four to six or eight. With two leaves inserted, this table expands to 104.25″ long! Well-crafted, with easy sliding metal rails, fully extended, it becomes a large conference table and without leaves the table is a perfect size for small areas, measuring 60.25″ wide characteristically sleek and functional and exudes an aesthetic beauty as well making it perfect for the modern interior. Perfect table for a kitchen or dining room, and due to size flexibility, will function wonderfully in a small or large space.
Condition Report: Base is stable and sturdy; gorgeous wood, shows minimal wear; extension hardware operates smoothly.
Creator: Drexel (Manufacturer) Kipp Stewart (Designer)
Of The Period: Mid-Century Modern
Place Of Origin: United States
Date Of Manufacture: 1960’s
Materials and Techniques: Walnut
Wear: Wear consistent with age and use
Measurements: 60.25” W x 40” D x 29 1/4” T; fully extended 104.25” W with the leaves each leaf is 22″ wide