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    This very rare side table was produced in Denmark in the early 1960s. The design is attributed to Arne Vodder, produced by the manufacturer Bovirke. The quatrefoil shape of the top, executed in a beautifully veneered teak wood, gives the table a striking and elegant presence. The top has a slightly raised edge, which emphasizes its distinct shape. The frame consisting of four tapered legs and the cross base is in solid teak. Given the dimensions, this piece could work well as a side / occasional table or as a coffee table.