Dining table No. 819R with two leaves, top in bleached Brazilian rosewood and base in mahogany with brass stretchers, by Harvey Probber, American, 1950s. Table comes with 2 16 inch leaves. Table is 112 inches wide with both leaves and 80 inches long with no leaves. Bleached Brazilian rosewood was a signature Probber wood. It is extremely difficult to bleach rosewood and almost nobody else did it. Harvey Probber was an important 20th century designer. He had his own production facility where he employed master craftsmen.
H: 29 inches
W: 80 inches without leaves, 112 inches with leaves
D: 44 inches