Teak dining set identification

Discussion in 'Furniture' started by Julie Scherz, May 26, 2022.

  1. Julie Scherz

    Julie Scherz New Member

  2. Born2it

    Born2it Well-Known Member

    Welcome aboard Julie! I’m no expert, but I have learned enough to know that the experts will want pictures of the underside of everything, closeups of joints and hardware, and of any sort of mark or stamp. Afraid all I can tell you otherwise is what you already know. It’s an attractive set.
  3. mark737

    mark737 Well-Known Member

    I found two sets of these chairs online but neither included an attribution I would trust. One seller showed a tag for a very well known Danish chair maker but I was unable to find another example attributed to that maker so I think it was an error. Do your chairs have any marks or tags? Check very carefully on the frames under the seats. Here are the links to the two sets I found:



    The table looks like ones I've had made by Ansager Mobler of Denmark. They sold many examples of these draw-leaf teak tables in the US and usually marked them with an "AM" ink stamp somewhere on the underside.
  4. mark737

    mark737 Well-Known Member

    Born2it and Bakersgma like this.
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