Farmhouse style vintage oak dining table with round top and 2 extra leaves to extend it to seat up to 8.
The solid nature of the timber top on this dining table combined with the turned detail legs give it a completely unique look and would perfectly in a cottage dining room setting or a open plan kitchen.
The table mechanism unlocks so that the table ends pull apart to allow for 1 or both of the leaves to inset, making the top oval.
Once fully extended the table will comfortably seat 8 with 3 each side and 2 at the ends.Condition.
Very good with beautiful patina and impressive grain patters.
Clear bees wax polished finish enhances the woods natural beauty.
The legs are bolted through the plinth and remove for easy transport.Diameter 47inch / 120cm
Height 28½ inch / 72cm
Extends to 86½ inch / 220cm
Shipping And Handling
We are happy to assist with international shipping to any destination around the world.
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Our shipping partner DSV will then base the cost of shipping + delivery to your home address.
The delivery is to cerb-side meaning that the delivery will NOT be unpacekd or installed in your home.
It is YOUR responsibility to un-pack the items once the crate has been delivered.
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For small items that are sent by courier DPD or PARCELFORCE, we will normally send your order to you in 3 business days. International orders are generally received in under 10 days.
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