Extendable Dining Table by Angelo Mangiarotti, Italy 1970s

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Extendable Dining Table by Angelo Mangiarotti, Italy 1970s

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    120 cm diameter x 74 cm height // 47.2" diameter x 29.1" height

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Beautiful Italian extendable round dining table by Angelo Mangiarotti from the 1970s, which is made of beech wood and lacquered. The table with model S11 is part of Sorgente Dei Mobili's Programme line. It has an extension system that makes the table oval by using a piece that is concealed inside the table. The table's leg has a lovely design, and there are twelve slats that link it to the base. The table is in decent shape with typical wear and tear and a few minor repairs.

When extended, the table has a width of 159 cm / 62.6" and a depth of 120 cm / 47.2".

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