Danish master Finn Juhl's importance cannot be understated and whether he was collaborating with Neils Vodder or France & Sons his sensibility shines. This table is a perfect example. Crafted of solid teak, it features a top with sculpted ends which make it easy to open and add any of the three leaf extensions concealed beneath. The rich, oiled teakwood and the subtle details such as the curved lip/ handle at the ends, and the skirt detail make the design distinctly Danish. It can work in almost any interior, in conjunction with almost any chairs.
The France & Son's catalog which originally listed this design notes that it works as both a dining table and a conference table since when fully extended it measures a full 9' 4" in length,
Without leaves, the table measures 73.5" there are two 10" and one 20" leaves offering a variety of length options up to 113.5".