Sheraton Oval top dining table
Looking for an extra large dining table to gather all family member on special day? The Sheraton dining table with it double extensions allows you to enlarge the table into 285 cm and 330 cm, when all of the family around you.
- Sustainable wood harvested form production forest
- Extendable to 330 cm
- Solid brass foot castors
- Available in carious finishes and colors
- Overall dimension 330 x 120 x 78 cm. Custom size allowed.
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Extra large solid wood dining table?
Colonial dining table double extensions handcrafted of mahogany wood. Turning and reeded five legs, 240 x 120 cm oval top extendable to 285 cm (single extension), and 330 cm (double extensions).
Extendable large oval top
A beautiful large dining table handcrafted to British colonial period antique dining table. This classic replica table will be a perfect choice to furnish a large dining room.
Smooth surface mahogany wood top leaf fixed to the aprons using wooden clips and screws. This is to allow the solid wood movement while extracting and contracting through seasons.
The table including two rectangular extensions 45 x 120 cm wide of each. You can extend the table to 285 cm using a single extension, and to 330 cm using double extensions.
You can easily extend the table by rotating the extender mechanism using wrench included with the table.
Durable yet beautiful
Mahogany famous for its durability, smooth surface, and beautiful wood grains. These features are shown on the top leaf of the colonial table.
The table top leaf assembled of thick several solid wood boards. The boards glued and fastened with loose tongue joinery, decorated with edge profile.
Our builder using time-tested traditional furniture construction and joinery to assemble the table. This is to ensure the table will last for a long time.
The table top lying on five large turning legs, four reeded legs connected to the apron. A small fluted leg attached to the bottom center of the table to support the extension joint.
All five legs attached with a solid brass caster at the bottom.