1970s Burl & Chrome Dining Table Attributed to Milo Baughman

1970s extendable dining table attributed to Milo Baughman. Like many of Baughman's designs, this table combines Mid-Century Modern simplicity with the embellishment of materials like burlwood and chrome. The tabletop is patterned with a honey-yellow burl, while the legs are chromed and triangular in structure. Other noteworthy features include the lacquered black lining and soft beveled edges of the tabletop. This table comes with two leaves and a middle support leg.

62 in. width unextended
80 in. width fully extended
42.5 in. depth
29.5 in. height

Each leaf measures 18 in. in width
Chair clearance: 25.25 in.

Condition notes:
Overall in fair condition. Wear consistent with the table's age and use. Surface scratches, edge dents, veneer chipping. Chrome separation from frame in one leg.

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