Dining table

Imagine a gathering of your family and friends around a sturdy elm dining table like this one.  Built to seat twelve, this four-foot wide traditionally-styled table has plenty of room down the middle for serving dishes and table decorations.  What's more, to move it to another room or out to the garden for a spot of al fresco dining, it can be easily disassembled by removing four neat wooden wedges in the leg-frame.

The table is made using the age-old method of hand-cut tenons secured by slim oak pegs and has no glue or ironmongery anywhere within it.

To discuss having a table made to your unique requirements, please feel free to get in touch.

 

  • This extremely sturdy design somehow retains a simple elegance
  • Made from richly figured Scottish elm and finished in Danish oil
  • The leg frame is made of six parts which slot together neatly
  • These massive trestles are strong enough to allow you to dance on the table!
  • Removable tapered wedges keep the table absolutely rigid in use.
  • Elm often has exquisite figuring like this

 

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