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Profiles • Apron • Bases • Ceramic colours • Wood Colours & Finishes
grey ceramic½" top
white ceramic½" top
No apronfor table with base
This stained finish is carefully hand wiped by our craftsmen to highlight the natural wood grain.
Chadds Ford Cherry
The Heirloom finish is characterized by a distressed look with random dents typical of furniture handed down from one generation to the next.
The Rustic finish is distressed and embossed with nicks, dents, marks, cracks and scratches that are characteristic of timeworn furniture.The edges are worn, darkened and rasped.
The Chamois finish creates a rich, smooth, shimmering feel without any distressing. It is the perfect finish to enhance different shades and patterns of wood grain.
The Artisan finish has the same characteristics of the stain Rustic, but it is spray by water for the Chamois effect and have no burnishing around the table edge.
The Old finish lets the natural wood grain seep through. It is hammered, nailed, scrapped and chipped randomly, making it look really distressed.
The Century finish is distressed and embossed with dents, cracks and chips to give wood a warm, inviting century-old look.
The Opaque finish (previously called Antique) is a paint finish that masks the wood grain to create a perfectly modern look.
Opaque finish slightly sanded at certain places and portions of corners.
The Sand Through finish is distressed and embossed, with edges and corners individually sanded by hand to give them a soft, warm feel.
Ceramic Top ½"
44" x 84"
Seats 6 to 8 people
Clear Glass Top ½"
Tinted Glass Top ½"
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