This 1960’s Harvest Table (meaning a console table that folds in the center) is made of Brazilian Rosewood and rests on an ebonized Mahogany frame. It is unmarked and has the feel of an American made piece, except that it is constructed with exotic wood which American furniture makers were generally not known for. An enigma! The actve grain Rosewood is in excellent condition, with just a couple of blemishes to a corner, and the Mahogany frame is a a half-round resembling the black legs on George Nelson cabinetry. It measures 20 X 66″ closed, and 40 X 66″ open.