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Refectory table

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Materials: Solid oak sourced from the owners Devon farm and a spot of English walnut for the through tenon detail.

Our take on the classic refectory table.

The leg profile is influenced by traditional hay rakes and speaks to the cycle of the seasons. The traditional hand-cut joints are designed to allow the table to move and adjust to the seasons and changing temperatures in the room.

Not a single nail or screw was used.

Pricing

£500 — £6000

Keywords

English oak, refectory table, hand crafted, hay rake profile, solid oak construction

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Farmhouse refectory table
Photographer: M Paré
Solid English oak from the owners farm - walnut pegged through tenons give an interesting detail.
Farmhouse refectory table
Photographer: M Paré
traditional refectory table made to commission in solid English oak from the owners farm.
Farmhouse refectory table
Photographer: M Paré
Traditional pegged cleat at the end of the table gives stability tot he significant 60mm top.
Farmhouse refectory table
Photographer: M Paré
Fine carving on top stretcher

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