Retro 1960's/1970's Formica Type Top Extendable KitchenTable

Somerton, Somerset £65.00

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27 days ago

Description

This is a pre-owned1960's/1970's white formica type top extending kitchen table with a retro look. It is in generally good condition.
It is all made from solid beechwood with white top parts and bare beechwood legs.
The top is circular in the closed position but pulls apart with an integral folding centre section which extends it to an oval shape.
In the closed position it is 110cm (43ins) in diameter.
In the extended position it is 140cm (55ins) in length. (extends by 30cm/12ins).
The height is 74cm (29ins).
The solid beechwood legs are easily removable for storage or transport, by unscrewing wing nuts as shown in photo's.

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