Hanne’s Small Silver Table

Since 2014, House of Finn Juhl has been manufacturing Finn Juhl’s exclusive Silver Table from 1948. The table, which in its original size comes both with and without silver in-lays, is arguably one of Finn Juhl’s most famous and extravagant designs. It can even be seen in his private residence at Ordrupgaard Museum. It has been nicknamed the “Judas Table” because of the 30 sterling silver coins (42 when the table is extended to its full length). The pattern of the in-lays serves the functional purpose of dividing the tabletop in up to 14 seating areas. Additionally, it adds an elegant pattern to the surface.

What most people do not know is that Finn Juhl not only designed the table in its original large version, but also in a more compact size, suitable for apartments or smaller homes. It is this version that House of Finn Juhl has now opted to relaunch.

Just like the larger version of the table, this new relaunch boasts an incredible degree of detail. These details unfold as you step closer. Along the edge, underneath the table, runs a smooth indent. When pulling the table, to extend its dimensions, your hands will naturally grab a hold of this ridge. This is a sensual detail that does not immediately meet the eye – it simply must be experienced. The dividable tabletop smoothly separates without the legs ever moving

Year: 1948, relaunched in 2021
Materials: Tabletop in oak, walnut or linoleum. The table comes with two extension leaves. The tabletop with silver in-lays is only available in walnut.
Dimensions: W 120 cm X L 180 cm (can be extended to 290 cm)

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