A Norwegian Mid Century Teak and Afromosia Nest of Three Tables.


Constructed from solid Teak and Afromosia, they are as stylish and functional now as the day that they were made.
The smallest of the three tables is stamped ‘Made In Norway’…unfortunately I cannot pinpoint the exact maker, but from researching similar tables I am fairly confident that they were manufactured by ‘Torpe Mobelfabrik’.
Given the age of these tables , they are in superb condition, with good colour, beautiful grain and very little signs of use…they have been treasured and looked after. The legs are all detachable, making for ease of storage and transport. They are simple…yet stunning. The Devil is in the detail!
The largest of the three tables measures 64cm x 35cm x 51.5cm high.

Collection is welcome from our store in Carmarthenshire, Wales, but postage is available.

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Height: 51.5 Centimetres; Width: 64 Centimetres; Depth: 35 Centimetres

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