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April 03, 2017 1 min read

'River Glass' Cedar Banquet Table with Dovetail jointed Legs & feature Butterfly key Benches

An exquisite, proportionally correct Cedar of Lebanon wooden banquet table that seats 16 – highly figured timber with exposed natural edges running down the centre of the table, gap bridged with shaped, toughened safety glass.

 

INSPIRATION

This piece was inspired by a local tree here in Gloucestershire, which was planted circa 1860 and felled in 2006. As our workshop is located by the mighty River Severn, we shaped the table in line with the flowing contours of the inset river glass. The table & benches are a natural centre piece for any interior and a delight to the touch. This is truly a design from the heart, which we would be happy to adapt for another space.

 Butterfly Key Bench detail. The Fine Wooden Article Co., Gloucestershire, UK.

DETAILS

Made from 10 year seasoned 150 year old Cedar of Lebanon.

Approx. dimensions: L 3100 mm : H 7620 mm : D 1470 mm, with a 4" thick solid top).

The robust character of the timber lends the table and benches a substantial weight and pleasing feel. The top has been finished with a hard-wearing lacquer and the legs and benches have been oiled to enhance the grain, jointing work and natural edged features.

 

This item is sold through our SHOP.

 

Banquet Table & benches Cedar wood, oversized dovetail jointed legs and feature butterfly key benches, inset with river glass. Designed by The Fine Wooden Article Co., Gloucestershire, UK

Peter Meredith
Peter Meredith

Owner, designer, craftsman, cabinet maker.


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