In this beautiful 1970s Italian dining table, the materials of wood, metal, and glass are combined in a pleasant proportion. The metal legs of the table consist of a construction of ten linked bars. In the middle, we see two well-proportioned teak wooden beams, which in turn are supported by the bar construction. On top of this rests a nicely rounded glass top that, in the form language of this table, offers a nice answer to the straight lines of the wooden beams and the metal legs. With its outspoken character, this table will be an asset to different interior styles. At the time of making this table, they not only thought about the proportion but of course also the appearance. Strong materials result in a sense of finesse. The condition is very good and consistent with age and use. Small scratches and stains are visible on the frame, but none of them affect the look of this impressive dining table.