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This slab dining table is made from salvaged natural-edge maple slabs, with hand-cut black walnut butterfly joints, and a natural edge on both sides. The base is 2” square-tube brushed steel, finished in an extremely durable matte powdercoat. Custom legsets, dimensions, and finishes are available.

The non-toxic, health-conscious finish is resistant to wine, beer, cola, coffee, tea, fruit juices, milk and water etc. according to German Industrial DIN 68861 - 1C and complies EURO-NORM EN 71 (suitable for children’s toys). This finish makes product care simple and easy. In most cases all that’s needed is an occasional wipe-down with a soft cloth dampened with water. A detailed finish description is available on request.

The table pictured measures 96”L x 38”W x 31”H

This table can be made to any size to fit your space. Please send me a message to discuss your custom project!


Shipping Info:

Due to individual preferences and locations, every shipping requirement is different, and I will make every effort to accommodate your needs and your budget. I ship all over the United States and beyond via a variety professionally packed and insured freight services. Simply send me a message with your zip code for a personalized shipping quote.

Natural Edge Salvaged Maple Slab Dining Table with Walnut Butterflys

$2,195.00 USD
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Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: salvaged maple, non toxic finish, reclaimed steel, powdercoat, black walnut
  • Made to order
  • Feedback: 101 reviews
  • Only ships to United States from Oregon, United States.
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