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Oak Extendible 6-10 Seater Dining Table W 120/250cm Atelier

£1,082.00

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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.

More original than a rectangular table and larger than a round table, a large oval table is the ideal compromise for a refined, welcoming dining room with a country-house feel. You'll love the finely-sculpted legs of the Atelier oval dining table and the simplicity of a solid wood table. This cleverly-designed table can be extended in seconds to become a 250cm long large dining room table.

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.: 111189
  • Dimensions (cm): Height76 x Width120 x Depth120
  • Weight (kg): 65
  • Made In Viet Nam
  • To be assembled: Yes
  • Botanical name for main wood: Quercus spp
  • Origin of main wood: United States of America
  • Main wood variety: Oak

Additional information

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

2 drop leaves: Each 25cm wide
2 central leaves: Each 40cm wide
Table length with 2 extension leaves: 250cm ; with no extension leaf: 170cm.

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.