Boarded Solid Oak Refectory Table
All of our tables bases are made using traditional methods which is a mortice and tenon joint which is pegged through for additional support.
The boarded refectory tables has a solid 54 mm thick top. This means the thickness we buy the oak in at before it is planed and sanded. A typical finished thickness is approx. 47 mm.
This dining table comes in a natural oak finish, although some of the images above may represent a slightly darker finish. Please go by the lighter finish to understand how your table will look in terms of the colour.
The dining table is available in 3 different sizes that can be selected using the filter next to the add to basket button.
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