Mid-Century Modern Drexel Counterpoint Dining Set

This is a significant mid-century modern dining set from Drexel’s Counterpoint collection, designed in 1957 by John Van Koert.  The set includes a rectangular dining table with two drop leaves, two additional center leaves and eight chairs. The table is fashioned from wild-grained cherry with contrasting supports and legs in mahogany.  The mixture of drop leaves and center leaves allows the table to be configured in a variety of sizes. The chairs have scooped cherry backs with articulated mahogany legs. The seats have been reupholstered in a teal fabrication.  The table measures 86” wide / 40” deep / 29.5” tall with all of the leaves inserted. Each chair measures 20” wide / 19” deep / 29” tall. The entire set has been professionally refinished and reupholstered.

Price: SOLD

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