Oak Table by Victor Courtray

Introducing a timeless masterpiece, a Victor Coutray table, an embodiment of functional elegance and artistic finesse. Created in the 1940s, this table stands as a testament to his simple beauty. The table's allure is not only in its versatility but also in its aesthetic brilliance. The top elegantly rests upon two cylindrical pilasters, exquisitely adorned with delicately sculpted rings, showcasing the magnificence of solid wood craftsmanship. Featuring an ingenious design, the table boasts two extensions that seamlessly transform it from a spacious 2-meter top length into a generous 340 cm top. The extensions remain discreetly tucked away beneath the table cover, revealing a simple yet efficient mechanism that effortlessly deploys them. A hallmark of Victor Courtray's design philosophy, this creation is a true embodiment of the regionalist art deco prevalent during its inception. Geometric ornaments and cubic forms, synonymous with Courtray's signature style, grace the table through the artistic essence of the era.

Dimensions : L200 x D94 x H74 cm Length with extensions: 340 cm