Milo Baughman Directional Dining Table

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USA, 1960s An exceptional dining table designed by Milo Baughman for Directional. This design is often attributed to Thayer Coggin, but this prime example is signed with the Directional label, also reading Timber-Line Inc Grand Rapids, Gallery 1. It is in excellent original condition and comes complete with two 20" leaves, each in excellent condition and unfaded, this being a distinctive characteristic- often the leaves are darker than the dining table in vintage pieces.   An alternating 'striped' design centered on beautiful hardwoods of Rosewood at the center, flanked by walnut, pecan, walnut, and rosewood as the final 'stripe'. The edge around the table is also all rosewood. The rosewood selection on this table is superb- deep and rich with excellent contrast between the red and black graining. The skirted base is in ebonized wood, and in excellent condition as well. To be noted- small imperfections that do not affect the beauty of the piece- there is a small chip at one corner top, 1/2" H x 1/16" W. At the opposite corner, there is a small chip at the top corner that is 1/2" H x 1/8" wide, two chips below this at the edge. At the center end of the table, there is a darkened area, not very visible. The legs are easily removable for transport. Timeless design in beautiful and rich materials.   More photos coming soon, including photos with leaves.   DIMENSIONS: ALL 4 LEGS UNBOLT EASILY FOR TRANSPORT making this table able to 'flat pack' ship. Table is approximately 72 x 39 x 5 H with legs disassembled.Table top is 2" thickness; removable legs are 1.75 x 1.75". With no leaves, 72" x 39 x 29.25 H (6 feet x 3 feet 3 inches) With one leaf, 92 x 39 x 29.25 H (7' 8" x 3' 3") With two leaves, 112 x 39 x 29.25" H ( 9'4" x 3'3")   Location: Warehouse