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Midcentury Danish Rosewood Dining Table by Arne Vodder c.1950

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H: 73cm W: 151cm - 297cm D: 100cm

A midcentury dining table designed by Arne Vodder and produced by Sibast in Denmark in the 1950s, this is the large version of the two sizes that were produced it starts as square seating 6 and extends to seat max 10. The leaves were not used so much and have gone a slightly darker colour sitting under the table, the tops have been re-finished and are in excellent condition.

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Designer Spotlight | Arne Vodder

Arne Vodder is a Danish furniture designer born in 1926. He trained in Denmark under Finn Juhl, a renowned architect who introduced Danish design to America. Vodder designed a wide range of products throughout the 1950s and 1960s with the modern and clean style of the midcentury furniture movement and all featured his signature curved edges

Image: A midcentury home study assembled with classic Arne Vodder pieces