Baron extending table created for lovers of quality and unique pieces. That dining table offers great functionality and practicality in extending through a unique mechanism made in aluminum.
Modern table sizes: 100x160 / 240 H. 77 cm (6/10 seats)
Extending table complete with 2 extensions of 40 cm tempered glass.
The solid wood frame made from old beams of fir is the detail That makes this table unique. Therefore each base, has its own history, provenance and characteristics related to a previous life. Among the tempered glass top and wooden structure is inserted in mechanism in brushed aluminum, a contrast between the old and the beams of the modern mechanical technology That makes this table a piece of furniture of all time.
The seating Expressed are indicative and Represent the maximum number available, Depending on the width of the chairs.
Made of fir wood.
Top and extensions:
made of transparent tempered glass, thickness 1.2 cm approved ENI 1236 - DIN 1238.
mounted on self-lubricating bearings with Teflon to make the movements light and easily maneuverable.
Pezzani was founded in 1974 in Fidenza in the province of Parma, by Giancarlo Pezzani creator of a cart very functional and innovative lockable. Since this product was born the company that is offered in the market by creating unique items, innovative design crafted by skilled artisans and moved by the passion of the craft.
Over the years the company has developed very rapidly, expanding in overseas markets always looking for qualified products of Italian design.
Later in 1992 the children of Pezzani, took over the helm of the company by developing a collection of small pieces of furniture with innovative design characterized by 'harmonious combination of materials like steel, aluminum, glass and wood.
In 2011 the group changed its name becoming "PEZZANI Home collection". The new brand comes from the name of the family company and reinforces the image of Italian manufacturer of elegant and sophisticated furnishings. A choice of marketing that reflects the social transformation in time.