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Tressel dining table

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Rustic Country trestle dining table with chunky “K” shaped base, smooth, thick top, slightly raised base and strong stretcher has a “rustic” warm brown walnut finish with subtle visual distressing and hand-rubbed finish.Dimensions: 92" W x 40" D x 30" H

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Rustic country French farmhouse dining table featuring a trestle style base. Crafted from solid birch with a 2 inch thick plank top that showcases the radiant woodgrains. Supported by baroque style thick shaped legs ending with shoe feet. The legs are conjoined by a long stretcher having an exposed mortise and tenon joinery with wedges. Lovely provincial farmhouse profile with a beautifully aged patina on the finish. From an estate in Santa Barbara, CA.

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This handmade heavy slab trestle leg dining table features elements unique to traditional Japanese timber framing carpentry work making this a subtle and very sturdy dining table. This table features a heavy slab of quarter sawn white ash, supported by sliding dovetail battens, those remainder of the base utilizes draw-bored mortise and Tenon joinery. Available in nearly any size, but priced and shown in a 9' version.

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Large 19th Century Scandinavian painted trestle table with rounded cleated ends. Scandinavian “Scots” Pine with a rich golden color and figured grain. A substantial shaped and molded trestle base with a center stretcher and unusual central support with a deep patination retaining a remarkable old painted surface. Elegant proportions. Denmark, circa 1870 29.75" H 114" W 42" D

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18th Century English Oak Tavern Table. This classic table is from an antique shop that carried English furniture. It dates to the 1700's and was probably used in an English Pub. The wood is oak and has a repair near the hinges, which is typical of a piece this age. The repair is secure. The hinges seem original and are secure. It is a handsome piece with turned leges and nice patina.

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This dining table is made from reclaimed oak beams. It was made during the 1960s in Veldhoven (the Netherlands) by Piet Rombouts & Sons. They were well-known in the Netherlands for both their antique as well as their new furniture made from reclaimed oak. The reclaimed oak beams that they used originated in half-timbered houses in Germany. The beams were beautifully worn by hundreds of years of expose to the weather. The dining table is made in the same manner as the antique German farm…

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Classically designed dining table in solid white oak. Extends from 108" x 44" to 132" in length. But, we can build this table in any size. This table assembles in five minutes without the need for tools. Can ship or store flat! Chairs are not included, but can be ordered. Because each table is bench-made in our own Los Angeles workshop you can influence all aspects of design, including size, wood species and finish. We use only traditional carpentry techniques, no nails or metal fasteners of…

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Substantial 19th century country French oak farmhouse dining table featuring a bleached oak finish. The massive top is 2.5 inches thick and sits on a very heavy trestle base with chunky, turned legs conjoined by H shaped stretchers. The front of the table has a small storage drawer with an iron pull. The table has an amazing profile and presence with the large block legs ending with bun feet. From an estate in Santa Barbara, CA.

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