Reclaimed Oak Dining Table

Perfect for entertaining, our reclaimed oak table is a timeless piece of furniture that would work perfectly in a variety of spaces. Either in a stand-alone dining room, board room or maybe as part of your Main Company kitchen.

All of our wood has been salvaged from a variety of interesting buildings, before being enhanced by our in-house expert craftsmen. This reclaimed oak has been beautifully transformed into this large dining table whilst maintaining original features, such as knots and cracks, adding to its rustic appeal. The table has been handcrafted and stands on 4 chunky legs, the top is made up of 3 large planks and has been treated to provide a hardwearing and long-lasting surface.

The table would look fantastic with dining chairs or made to specification benches.

Length: 1980mm
Height: 770mm
Depth: 1015mm

£1975.00
SOLD

All prices are inclusive of VAT.

Delivery can be arranged at a cost.

Items can be reserved with a deposit of 30%.

A viewing is advised for larger pieces, this can be arranged in our Yorkshire showroom..

For additional information about an item please get in touch sales@maincompany.com.

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