Impressive Henry Klein 'Pamir' Model 223/2 Dining Table by Bramin
An elegant mid-century offering from a premium Danish maker
This substantial extending dining table by celebrated Danish designer Henry Klein is simple, elegant and highly functional. It's a deluxe offering from the coveted 'Pamir' range released in 1962 and aimed squarely at the top of the end of the designer furniture market. Danish maker Bramin often collaborated with leading architects and this design marks a high point in the company's history.
Clean lines together with luxurious rosewood grain create a memorable table top to share a meal on. We love how the tabletop is slightly elevated from the frame and has a clear separation from the legs. The proportions are generous but still perfect for an intimate setting, extension leaves that allow for larger groups and a banquet style setting. This refined piece will definitely have the dinner guests talking.
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Materials: Beautifully crafted from rosewood
Wood Finish: Full professional restoration
Mechanisms: Two extension leaves slide out from each end