Rosewood Extending Dining table by Robert Heritage for Archie Shine

Rosewood Extending Dining table by Robert Heritage for Archie Shine


 

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Rosewood Extending Dining table by Robert Heritage for Archie Shine

Designed in the late 1950s by Robert Heritage and produced by Archie shine. This extending dining table is of exceptional quality and is part of the Hamilton Range. It has two extra leaves that neatly tuck inside the table, full rosewood bookmatched top and solid rosewood underframe.

This table has been well looked after and has benefited from a recent polish.

Age: c1960

Style: Mid Century Modern

Material: Rosewood

Condition: Very Good

Dimensions: 74h x 182w x 88d cm

Max width with leaves (243cm)

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