This rare Norwegian modern rosewood dining table extends to 86″ inches with all three leaves inserted to comfortably seat 8 with a possibility of 10. The trim and legs are solid brazilian rosewood, and the top and apron are brazilian rosewood veneer over strong, light spruce. This exquisite table was designed by Rolf Rastad and Adolph Relling for Gustav Bahus, a prominent Norwegian furniture manufacturer. The top has been refinished with a Tung oil varnish which is more water resistant, durable, and beautiful than the lacquer which was originally used. There is just one remaining scratch beneath the new finish which does not detract from the beauty of the table top. All other flaws were corrected during restoration. There are three leaves which are each 11.5″ long. With leaves removed the table is 51.5″ long.