Folding Dining Table by Robert Slezák, 1930s

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Rare Bauhaus oak and chrome-plated steel folding dining table, model ST1, designed by Robert Slezák for Slezákovy závody in Czechoslovakia, 1930s.

This rare table is made from oak and features four tubular chrome-plated steel legs which can be easily removed (locked out from place) and stored beneath the table (in a special system) for an easier storage and transport. Being a well-known design that is well documented in general design literature, this table is a truly classic and elegant piece and is perfect for everyday use, most definitely suiting any modern interior.

The table is after a complete restoration, including of course the wood and the steel legs, which are professionally cleaned. Please note however that the steel legs show patina consistent with age and use, nevertheless that of course does not affect its functionality at all.

Date of manufacture: 1930s
Origin: Czechoslovakia
Material: Oak, Chrome-Plated Steel
Dimensions: H 80 cm x W 120 cm (180 cm when fully opened) x D 85 cm
Condition: Wood is after restoration. Steel frame is professionally cleaned and shows patina consistent with age and use.

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