Dining Table Two
Solid ash & walnut dining table
Generously proportioned, strong and elegant, this light ash and walnut dining table is made using craft techniques and the best quality solid woods; a pale matt finished ash table top on walnut, trestle-style legs and brass underframe.
The beauty of this piece is found in the materials employed and their honest representation; the contrasting woods and carefully finished brass support that links them are decoration enough.
Dining Table Two, like most designs in Series Two, uses a flat-pack system of construction to make shipping and storage easy. The table is constructed in four parts that are easily connected.
- Width: 1800mm (70 55/64″) Depth: 900mm (35 7/16″) Height: 720mm, (28 11/32″)
- Width: 2000mm (78 47/64″) Depth: 1000mm (39 3/8″) Height: 720mm (28 11/32″)
- Width: 2200mm (86 39/64″) Depth: 1000mm (39 3/8″) Height 720mm (28 11/32″)
Free UK delivery over £1500
Eligible for return within 14 days
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