Long Carved Dining Table


SKU: 54-s
W 93cm x L228.5cm x H 76cm

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A gorgeous long carved dining table made with character oak. This type of oak features a mix of inter-grown knots, “cat’s paws” and colour variations. Two carved bulbous pillars support an extra thick heavy top of this 8 seater dining table. Our cabinetmakers hand-scraped the top of this solid oak table to give it an extra aged look. Clearly, the main feature of this superb dining table is its hand-carved pillars. Large, but proportionate leg brackets support the pillars of the table. Furthermore, the stretcher connecting the two bulbous pillars is extra scraped to replicate heavy use over the years. This dining table is stained in the standard Medium Oak Brown colour with the Heavily Distressed finish.

  • Size: W 93cm x L228.5cm x H 76cm
  • Material: 100% Solid European/English Oak (Quercus Robur)
  • Made in Britain.

The long carved dining table is ex-display and is sold as seen. The delivery price is not included. Further discount is available if purchased as a set with 6 Carved Chairs in Late 17th Century Style (SKU: 34-s) and 2 Carved Armchairs in Late 17th Century Style (SKU: 35-s).


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