Vintage 1960s Ercol Drop Leaf Rectangular Elm & Beech Dining Table SOLD
Vintage 1960s drop leaf Ercol rectangular dining table. Blue label still in situ.
A beautiful, fully cleaned and waxed Ercol rectangular Drop-leaf dining table from the Windsor Collection, manufactured between 1957 – 1978. The table seats six people when fully opened. It is especially useful for smaller rooms, as it seats two comfortably when folded.
The top, with two drop leaves is made from Solid English Elm. The drop leaves are supported by metal rods. The contrasting base and straight legs are made from Beech.
The table top displays a striking grain pattern.
Refurbished using Feddes Wood finishes and Farrow & Ball ‘Railings’ paint on the legs.
Although this Mid Century 1960s Ercol Elm & Beech Old Colonial 377 Drop Leaf Dining Table has been restored, painted and treated it is a Used vintage item which will have age related wear and tear – see photos.
Ercol is a British furniture manufacturer which was established in the 1920s by Italian furniture maker Lucian Ercolani. During the Second World War, the company worked for the government largely making tent pegs. The rise of Ercol furniture began in post-war Britain, when the shortage of raw materials in the UK meant that all furniture must be strong and of high quality. In 1944, the company was commissioned to make 100,000 well-made chairs at low cost; thus, Ercol furniture was introduced into many homes around Britain.
H70cm x D74cm x W135cm extended
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