Using time tested, old furniture making methods these hand-crafted and customizable farm tables feature beautiful yellow pine that is hand planed, painted, distressed and finished. The base legs are hand turned and attached using mortise and tenon joints secured with square oak pegs. The rough cut yellow pine top receives a warm, worn aging process designed to bring out the luster within the wood and is attached to the base using the antique method of shrink blocks allowing it to expand and contract without cracking.
Crafted with both pride and patience, these one of a kind tables honor the enduring skills and techniques that existed long before mass production. Made to order is more than a motto. These are pieces that will abide for generations.
We invite you to call or e-mail us with your customization requirements. If you have questions, may we suggest you read our helpful Iron Dining Table GuideSee all items in this collectionDimensions:
40"wide x 30"high x 6', 7', 7.5', 8', 9' or 10' longMaterial:
Made from rough cut yellow pine that is hand turned, hand planed, distressed, and hand finished to bring out the natural beauty of the wood while adding the worn, used charm of an old country table.Finish:
We constantly strive to perfect our techniques to create the most beautiful and authentic reproduction finishes possible. Please view the finish tab for our current offerings. We also welcome custom orders.Contains:
Top IncludedShips: (Truck Delivery Information)
, Standard curbside delivery, within the continental US is included in the price
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Each piece in this line is hand-crafted and hand-finished in much the same way that Early American antique furniture was built. Utilizing many of the same techniques of construction, as much solid materials as possible and the patience and pride required to make each piece a piece that will last for generations. Currently the production process takes approximately 6-8 weeks, but can run longer. When we confirm your order we will email you an expected shipping date.
If you have questions or have a rush requirement please call 866-Get-Iron or email us.
Note: Please remember that these delivery time frames are "estimated". We do our best to expedite your shipment but we cannot guarantee the amount of time it will require to produce your order.