Baltic Pine Dining Table & Chairs, Danish 1970's


Unique sculptural dining set, brutalist style. Made from solid raw pine. The set features 6 chairs and an extendable dining table. Designed and created by CJ Rosengaarden Made of solid pine wood and designed with extraordinary care. The set has been fully sanded down and restored and then covered with an Osmo protective coating.

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    Dining Tables, Dining Chairs

Table; 1200 x 1200mm unextended 1650mm extended 740 high
Chairs; 1010 high 475 wide 445 deep

SKU: baltic-pine-dining-table-&-chairs-danish-1970s-
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CCSS was established in 2017 through passion and simple demand. Owners, Clare and Sonam, sum up what they do ‘They are furniture curators.’ With an elusive knack for recognising beauty, potential and sometimes an obscure harmony that can be found between signature pieces of furniture from a score of era’s. The word “eclectic” goes part way to describing the aesthetic that their work realises yet doesn’t quite sit right as it doesn’t even begin to allude to the beautiful consideration and restraint that they innately instill upon spaces they work on. “We like to provide that unique piece for the home, that finishing touch’.

Our own collection ‘MakeBelieve’ aims to create transportive furniture that brings the past in line with the present, to twist the notion of time and space in our homes. We will be working with local artist and makers that share our passion. Our pieces are designed to be illustrative and playful. Our intention is to create transportive, unexpected pieces to bring joy to the home.

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