Danish teak draw-leaf dining table designed by Danish architects Askel Bender Madsen and Ejner Larsen and produced by cabinetmaker Willy Beck. It features a curved apron on the sides, book-matched grain, rounded corners, and round tapered legs. It's a clever design with self-storing leaves that simply slide out from each end of the tabletop, so no need to find a place for them. Made in Denmark circa the 1960s. It is in good vintage condition, with some discoloration primarily on the leaves.
51.25" long, each leaf adds about 21.75", so with one leaf it is 73" long, and fully extended it is 94.75" long. It is 35.25" deep, and 29.25" high.