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The Small Silver Table from 1948 is the smaller variant of perhaps one of Finn Juhl's most famous and extravagant designs.
The dining table comes with two extension leaves and can be ordered with or without Sterling silver inlays.
It is these special details that inspired the nickname Judas table. As one can imagine there are 30 Sterling silver pieces visible which are spread like a
star blanket over the table top. When the table is fully extended, 42 coins are visible.
These inlays are smooth and of different diameter. They are not only an exclusive decorative element but also have the functional purpose to indicate
how many people can sit around the table, varying from four to fourteen places.
This oval dining room table or conference table can be extended with two extra leaves, while the frame remains in the same position.
The table was originally made by furniture maker Niels Vodder in Brazilian rosewood to be exhibited at the
Copenhagen Cabinetmakers' Guild Exhibition in 1948. It was then made in two different wooden materials with a darker top
and a lighter frame.
Due to its dimensions, the Small Silver Table is suitable for more compact houses and apartments.
The Finn Juhl Silver dining table can be beautifully combined with the stylish 108 Chair and 109 Chair dining room chairs by Finn Juhl, or opt for the
organically shaped Niels O. Moller chair Model 62 with leather seat.
Length 180 cm, extendable to 290 cm
Width 120 cm
Height 72.5 cm
Extension leaves 120 x 55 cm
This dining room table is also available as the Silver Table, with dimensions 200/310 x 140 cm. Look at the related products at the bottom of this page.
No concessions are possible with regard to the use of materials for the furniture by Finn Juhl. You can count on the best quality in fabrics, leather and wood.
This dining room table has a solid wooden frame and a veneer or linoleum table top with a solid wooden edge. There are five variants:
• the Small Silver table completely in oak
• the Small Silver table with an oak frame and a linoleum table top in black or mushroom white
• the Small Silver table with a walnut frame and a linoleum table top in black or mushroom white
• the Small Silver table with an oak frame and a walnut table top
• the Small Silver table completely in walnut
The wood is oiled.
The Danish modernist Finn Juhl may have been the designer with which organic forms are most visible in his furniture design.
Like other modernist pioneers, Juhl started from scratch with no role models or hereditary limitations.
He designed by measuring and analyzing his own body and how the individual parts of the chair should support the human body.
And unlike his contemporaries, with their streamlined, scaffold-like structures, Juhl strove for a more organic,
The potential strength of the wood was used to the maximum, just like it occurs during the natural growth process of a tree.
As Finn Juhl translated his ideas into bold, smooth joinery where every element of the design flows seamlessly into another,
he also set very high standards for the furniture makers who had to make the design.
The result is visible in beautifully refined, sculptural and iconic work that has been supplied exclusively by House of Finn Juhl
since its restart in 2001.
North Sea Design is an official dealer and has the Finn Juhl Pelican Chair, the Finn Juhl Sideboard
and the Finn Juhl 109 Chair in the showroom.
North Sea Design is an official dealer of the Danish design furniture brand House of Finn Juhl. In our shop are several models on view.
In addition to this Small Silver Table, we supply all models.
All wood, upholstery and leather samples of our Scandinavian design furniture are available in our showroom in Vorden in the Achterhoek.
We are happy to inform you about all the possibilities that House of Finn Juhl offers.
North Sea Design is the Scandinavian design specialist in the Achterhoek. Visit us during opening hours or contact us
for an appointment at a time that is more convenient to you.
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