Gilbert Rohde for Herman Miller Art Deco Extension Dining Table, 1937
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Gilbert Rohde for Herman Miller Art Deco Extension Dining Table, 1937


Offering a gorgeous and extremely rare Art Deco extension dining table designed in 1937 by Gilbert Rohde for his Formal Dining Group for Herman Miller. The table features stunning mahogany and maidou burl wood grain, which are uniquely arranged on the top in a checkerboard pattern. It has two curved mahogany pedestals–connected by a stretcher in the middle–and a boat-shaped top. Model 3725 from the Formal Dining Group. The table has been expertly restored and is in pristine condition. An excellent addition to any Art Deco, modern, or mid-century modern environment.

Offered separately are a set of eight fully restored matching 3725 dining chairs.

The table measures 72″W x 40″D x 29.75″H. It extends to 120″W with two 24″ leaves.

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