Item no. 8277 / Paul McCobb

Paul McCobb for Directional Black Lacquer and Brass Extension Dining Table, Newly Refinished

$9,500.00

An exceptional and very versatile mid-century modern extension dining table

By Paul McCobb for Directional and produced by Calvin Furniture, “Irwin Collection”

USA, 1950s

Black lacquered mahogany, with brass stretchers.

Measures: 44″W x 44″D x 29.13″H. Extends up to 107.75″W with five 12.75″ leaves. Knee clearance: 28″.

Expertly refinished. Excellent condition.

Coordinating set of ten dining chairs available separately.

Details
Brand/Designer
Paul McCobb
Country
USA
Era
1950s
Material
Mahogany | Brass | Lacquer
Condition
Excellent
Dimensions
Width
107.75"
Depth
44"
Height
29.13"
Condition Notes
Expertly refinished. Excellent condition.


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