Milo Baughman for Drexel Blond Dining Table
This generously proportioned dining table manufactured by Drexel and designed by Milo Baughman is super sturdy and elegantly constructed. Baughman designed the Today's Living Collection for Drexel in beech and elm in 1952, the only year he worked at Drexel, just a sliver of his successful life. The following year he moved to Thayer Coggin, where he acquired his stellar reputation, and continued with them for the next 50 years. This table features all wood construction with a smooth sliding mechanism featuring metal gears. Two 12” leaves included. The original owner had the table top refinished and it is in excellent condition. A beautiful and functional piece.
62" x 40" x 29.5"h