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Oak Extendible 4-14 Seater Dining Table W 100/340cm Atelier

£1,397.00

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Description

This furniture product is made of PEFC certified wood. This label guarantees that the wood comes from a responsibly managed forest; by choosing this product, you are also helping forest preservation and biodiversity.

Ideal for large families and entertaining, the Atelier dining table has an attractive size and elegance. This dining room table has the appeal of a solid wood table while its finely-sculpted legs lighten the overall effect. Four practical central leaves mean it can be converted into a 340cm long large rectangular table in an instant.

This product belongs to the range Atelier

This range, mostly crafted in aged solid oak (solid elm for the secretary) is a blend of elegance and refinement.
The elegant, well-balanced, natural lines reveal authentic workmanship.
The handles, the medallions engraved with a number (secretary) and the ladder (bookcase) in patinated, bronze-colored metal are sober and highlight the pure lines of this range.
A light coat of matte varnish on the furniture accentuates the shades and simplifies maintenance.

Product

  • Ref.: 110737
  • Dimensions (cm): Height76 x Width100 x Depth100
  • Weight (kg): 96
  • Main wood variety: Oak
  • Origin of main wood: United States of America
  • Botanical name for main wood: Quercus spp
  • 2 sections to be assembled
  • Made In Viet Nam

Additional information

Frame, legs and top: Aged solid oak
Finish: Matte nitrocellulose varnish

2 drop leaves: Each 20cm wide
4 central leaves: Each 50cm wide
Table length with 4 leaves: 340cm ; with no extension leaf: 140cm.

The four leaves cannot be stored under the table.

This product is recyclable. When it comes to the end of its useful life, remember to take it to a recycling centre.

 (Programme for the Endorsement of Forest Certification) is produced with the sustainable management of forests in mind, and so contributes to the preservation of forests.