House of Finn Juhl

Finn Juhl was an architect and one of the leading figures in the creation of "Danish design" in the 1940s. He gave a soft edge to the lines of wooden modernist chairs, favouring organic shapes which often took the wood to the limits of what was possible. He generally used teak and other dark woods, unlike many of the other proponents of the Danish Modern movement who often used oak in their designs.

Silver Table

Silver Table called also ‘Judas Table’ was originally designed by Finn Juhl for his own private home in 1948.  The name ‘Judas Table’ comes from the combination of the number of disciples at the Last Supper and the table’s iconic silver inlays. The more used today name – ‘Silver Table’ – is because of its very unique 30 silver plaquettes.  This beautiful oval table can be used as a dining or conference table and it is available in walnut, or a combination of teak and oak with silver plaquettes or without decorative sterling silver coins.  The table includes two extension leaves.









Material solid wood, silver Finish solid wood, silver plaquettes Dimensions L: 200 - 310 x W: 140 x H: 72.5 cm