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1970’s Antocks Lairn Folding Glass Dining Table

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+44 (0)7773 230230

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1970's

  • £545
  • €620 Euro
  • $703 US Dollar

United Kingdom

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1970’s Antocks Lairn Folding Glass Dining Table

WHISPER & ECHO
This is an original 1970’s Antock’s Lairn folding table. The original frame is in chrome and black steel with black roller feet (with brakes on). We added a brand new 10mm thick tempered safety glass top and some very contemporary brushed stainless steel fixings.

The whole table top folds up at the turn of two thumb screws, making it a perfect addition when space is at a premium. When down the table can comfortably accommodate 6 chairs.

The finished piece now gives the best of both worlds – some original retro style made totally contemporary and sleek. Can be complementary to a plethora of rooms, styles and decor.

Try finding another one………

Dimensions:

Top: 180cm wide, 90cm Deep – 10mm thick tempered safety glass.

Table height 72.5cm

Dimensions: 

  • H: 72.5cm (28.54in)
  • W: 180cm (70.87in)
  • D: 90cm (35.43in)

Period: 

1970's

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WHISPER & ECHO

Unit 4 Fieldhouse Way
Sheffield
South Yorkshire
S4 7SF
United Kingdom

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WHISPER & ECHO is a family owned company based in Sheffield. Our goal is to deliver handcrafted antique and vintage based decor for the stylish and discerning. We aim to create pieces that are exceptional and individual; to reflect our clients. We only sell things we would love to own ourselves - pieces with history, character and style that start a conversation.

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