Nested set of teak tables designed by Poul Hundevad
A mid-Century rectangular teak table with beech frame incorporating a nest of three small teak topped circular tables, also with beech frames. This piece was made in the early 1960s from designs by Poul Hundevad of Denmark by Novy Domov of the former Czechoslovakia (as affirmed by the stamp on the underneath of the main table – see photos).
The rectangular table has casters and ingeniously houses the smaller tables in slots which allow them to be easily slid out from the unit and unfolded. We obtained this item in a heavily (overly, in our opinion) stained state, but we have carefully returned it to a more natural look. The beech legs of the main table and the individual tables have a matt wax finish and the teak has been restored using Danish oil for an understated but nonetheless contrasting colour scheme. As one might expect of an item of this age, there are signs of use, but no major flaws or damage. One of the slots underneath the main table has a piece missing but this does not affect its functioning nor is it immediately visible.
Main rectangular table:
Width: 62cm (21½ in)
Depth: 42cm (16½ in)
Height: 56cm (21½ in)
Individual circular tables:
Diameter: 38cm (15 in)
Height: 48cm (19 in)
We really like the clean lines of the furniture when the tables are nested and think that in this newly-restored state that it would not only be a good-looking addition to the home, but also a very functional one.
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