This extendable dining table was designed by Arne Vodder and manufactured by Sibast in Denmark, circa 1960. The table is solid tropical hardwood. The extension leaves allow the diameter to extend from 175 to 225cm in width. The table has been restored. Arne Vodder opened his own studio with the architect Anton Borg after being trained by Finn Juhl. In the 1950s and 1960s, he designed a wide range of items. His works are simple and modest and known to be very well-crafted. From the 1950s, Vodder worked with the furniture company Sibast on several sets of office furniture. In the 1960s his furniture was found primarily in the United States: in banks, hotels and even the White House. Together with Verner Panton and Nanna Ditzel, his work was shown on many international exhibitions.