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G Plan Danish range Dinning Table seats upto 10 guests.

G Plan Danish range Dinning Table seats upto 10 guests.

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G Plan Danish range Dinning Table seats upto 10 guests.


Vintage Danish Extending Dining Table attributed to Ib Kofod Larsen for Faarup Møbelfabrik,

An absolutely  stunning Danish vintage extending dining table by IB Kofod Larsen. It was made in Denmark by Faarup, it dates from the 1960’s.

 The quality of this table is outstanding, it stands on stylish tapered legs and has a beautifully moulded top edge.

The extendable leaves are in as new condition.

They sit on an ingenious frame that slides from underneath the table to make this the largest example of a mid century table that we have owned.

Making full use of the extra two extra leaves (stored separately underneath) the table extends this from a six seater to an eight or ten seater table.

The supporting frame that slides out from each end to support the leaves is again of superior quality.

These leaves can be used one at a time (seating eight using one or ten by using both) it can be stored inside the table top when not in use in their own storage compartments.


This is in superb condition table which we have had refinished and re polished by our team to high standard.

The legs can unbolt and detach for ease of transport.

It is available to view in our Cardiff Showroom.

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Width – 173 cm , 68 inches

Width fully open – 245 cm , 97 inches

Depth – 80 cm , 36 inches

Height – 72 cm , 29 inches


About the designer.


Furniture designer Ib Kofod-Larsen was born in




Denmark in 1921 and studied at the Danish Royal Academy in Copenhagen. In 1948, he won the Holmegaard glass competition as well as an annual award from the Danish Cabinetmakers Guild. The latter drew the attention of Danish furniture manufacturer Faarup Møbelfabrik, and Kofod-Larsen went on to create some of his most beautiful works for the company during the 1950s. He also designed furniture for several other leading midcentury manufacturers, both at home and abroad, including Christensen & Larsen, Bovenkamp, Petersens, and Fredericia Furniture.

Kofod-Larsen frequently worked with gorgeous woods, such as teak and rosewood, as well rich leathers. Clean, sculptural lines characterize much of his work. Notable designs include the U-56 or Elizabeth Chair (1956), composed of a light teak frame and upholstered leather that was purported to have been named for England’s Queen Elizabeth II after she purchased a pair during a visit to Denmark in 1958; as well as the airy and modern Penguin chair (1953). Kofod-Larsen’s striking teak and leather-upholstered Sälen (or Seal) easy chairs for OPE (also 1950s) have become increasingly popular on the vintage market in recent years. Today, his pieces have become highly collectable, in large part due to Kofod-Larsen’s talent for honoring the innate qualities of his chosen materials.

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