Midcentury Hans Wegner Drop-Leaf Table AT-304

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Rare drop-leaf table AT-304 by Hans J. Wegner for Andreas Tuck. This stunning dining table is made of teak with legs of birch. The drop leaves are held by brass rods that lock automatically when you pull up the leaves; function and design in true symbiosis.
Length with extended leafs is 238 cm.
The table is in an excellent restored condition.
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Andreas Tuck (Manufacturer), 
Hans Wegner (Designer)
Of the Period
Mid-Century Modern
Place of Origin
Date of Manufacture
20th Century
Materials and Techniques
Wear consistent with age and use
28.35 in. H x 50.39 in. W x 33.46 in. D
72 cm H x 128 cm W x 85 cm D
Dealer Location
Karlstad, Sweden
Number of Items
Reference Number

About Hans Wegner (Designer)

Best known for his chairs and seating pieces — though a master of many furniture types like sofas and tables — Hans Wegner was a prolific designer whose elegant, often ebullient, forms and devotion to the finest methods in joinery made "Danish Modern" a popular byword for stylish, well-made furniture in the mid-20th century.

     Wegner considered himself a carpenter first and a furniture designer second. Like his peers Arne Jacobsen and Finn Juhl, Wegner believed that striking aesthetics in furniture were based on a foundation of practicality: a chair must be comfortable and sturdy before it is chic.

     In keeping with that tenet, several of Wegner’s best chair designs, seen in dealer listings below, have their roots in traditional seating forms. The “Peacock chair” (designed 1947) is a throne-like adaptation of the Windsor chair; pieces from the “China chair” series (begun in 1944) as well as the 1949 “Wishbone chair,” with its distinctive Y-shaped back splat, are derived from 17th-century Ming seating pieces, as is the upholstered “Ox chair” (1960). Wegner’s comfy “Papa Bear chair” (1951) is an almost surreally re-scaled English wingback chair.

     Wegner’s most representative piece, the “Round chair” (1949), gained a footnote in political history when it was used on the TV stage of the first Kennedy-Nixon debate of 1960. That chair, along with Wegner’s more bravura designs, for example the 1963 “Shell chair,” with its curved surfboard-shaped seat, bring a quietly sculptural presence to a room. Wegner was a designer who revered his primary material — wood — and it shows. His wood gathers patina and character with age; every Hans Wegner piece testifies to the life it has led.

About The Seller
1st Modern
Zakrisdalsslingan 2
Karlstad 65342
+46 101388417
1stdibs Dealer since 2015 Located in Karlstad, SE