This amazing teak dining set by Hans Olsen for Frem Rojle exemplifies the modernist preference for clean, uninterrupted lines. When not in use, the back of each chair integrates neatly into the table’s apron to form a continuous curve. With the folding leaf hidden, four chairs fit. With the leaf expanded, all six chairs integrate. The chairs do not sacrifice comfort for style- they are supportive and sturdy, and perfectly matched with the table in terms of ergonomics. This set is as pleasing to the eye as it is satisfying to the intellect- a true masterpiece of modern design. The chairs are constructed of solid teak. The table top and leaves are clad in select teak veneer, with legs, trim, and apron of solid teak. The six chairs are upholstered in black vinyl with no signs of wear. This set is structurally perfect, with minimal wear appropriate for a piece of this age seen on the table top. The table is stamped 1965.