Photo by Brismod of Fun and VJs when she came to take away some of my thrift scores
It's time to let it go. I'm sad but my Danish Quality Furniture (DQF) table and chairs just don't work in my dining room. The scale is wrong and the dark blue walls swamp the delicate lines. Time for someone else to own them. DQF was a Brisbane furniture company started in 1958 by Danish immigrant Eric Peterson. The table is a six seater extension with a teak top and blackbean legs. The 6 chairs are blackbean with vinyl covers. The table and chairs have been professionally reglued and refinished. The colour is closer to the indoor photo as it was a very sunny day when I took the outdoor shots. I had originally covered the chairs in that mad floral fabric but it was removed when the chairs were refinished. The current covers have overspray from the restoration but are intact so you might be able to remove the overspray. I haven't tried. I had intentions to recover them in leather.
The price is $900. 6 original vintage chairs and a table that extends from round to oval in beautiful condition. Replica Danish chairs are over $300 each on those repro furniture sites and that's before you add in the table and don't even get me started on the price in a vinatge dealer's shop. Why am I selling so reasonably? The chairs need recovering (but that is not an expensive job ... you can even do it yourself). I am not interested in delivering or arranging a courier or wrapping or waiting for said courier. This is a pick up from my house in Ipswich, Queensland only. There is a very, very faint circular mark in the centre of the extension leaves. You can just see it in the second photo. You can't of course when the table is closed or when you have your Murano vase or West German pot on the table. So that's why the price is only $900. Interested? Email me and we'll talk.