This slick Danish teak dining table designed by Niels Moller features two extensible leaves that nestle under the center surface and extend effortlessly to create additional dining space. This vintage table is constructed of solid spruce overlaid with teak veneer and solid teak elements. With slightly tapered cylindrical legs and a rectangular top, this Danish modern refectory table has been restored with a multiple coats of teak oil and is in excellent condition. There is one small, veneer repair on the top surface as documented in photos. The center panel measures 58 inches long and each leaf measures 22.5 inches long for a maximum extension of 104.5 Inches. Great design, solid construction, restored condition.