This adjustable Art Deco dining table H-356 was designed and made in the 1930s in the former Czechoslovakia. It was designed by Jindřich Halabala for ÚP Závody Brno. The material is a combination of solid wood and walnut veneer. Two distinctive oval-shaped legs are anchored in a rectangular hammered metal plate. It was professionally restored. The wood has been polished to a high gloss using polyurethane. The metal base was newly lacquered in black Dimensions: 120 x 78 x 85 cm (Length x height x depth) Unfolded: 180 cm.
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