Italian Mid-Century Extensible Dining Table attributed to Paolo Buffa, 1950s


The design of this marvelous dining table is attributed to Paolo Buffa in the 1950s. It has a unique sculptured design, very stylish and charming, characterized by a structure with geometric shapes made in lacquered black wood, with side edges finished with superb reeds details (‘grissinati’), and its feet have been restored as they were original, with a foil in synthetic parchment. On each short side, there are 2 wooden bars that can be pulled out, ready to accommodate 2 extensions, each 50 cm long. In this way, the table can reach a total length of 280 cm instead of 180 cm. The tabletop is transparent glass framed by mirror glass. The Table is in very good condition of the period, it has been fully restored recently and now it’s ready to use.

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