Mead dining table

£7,150

Includes VAT. Excludes shipping or overseas crating.

The Mead dining table seats 8 to 12, and has a gentle presence delivered through the simple combination of its strong, octagonal legs, and its luxurious table-top constructed from full-length, solid timber boards.

Please select the timber from the drop-down below to update the price. This item requires basic assembly or can be delivered white glove including assembly.



Timber

This item is made to order,
and ready to ship in 8 weeks.

Customise this design

This design can be made special order as a custom piece. As such we can vary the overall dimensions, finishes, colours and configurations to suit your needs, whilst always ensuring the core of the design is respected.

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About the making

No compromise

Dining tables have to work – hard. Our tables are made from solid timber which means they stand up to the daily grind and last a lifetime. We prefer a protective oil finish that will age gracefully without heavy discolouration, withstand daily spillage, and can also be sanded down and rescued when the worst happens and ‘someone’ leaves a hot pan on top. We source FSC and PEFC timber, and each table’s top planks are carefully selected and laid up to create not just a working surface, but also a tableau of the tree’s beauty and a testament to its long years of growth.

Considerate design

Our designs also need to work hard, and how our tables feel and work, as well as look, is thoroughly considered. The table should feel generous feels to its guests, and also inviting. The hand should wander to the table’s underside, the edge of the leg should not catch or bruise, and an extending table should store its leaves within, and be easy to reconfigure.

A shared passion

The people who make our pieces are also exceptional. We have a long, shared history with the workshop in Dorset. We share a mutual respect and trust. These makers take a huge pride in what they make for us. In our work the human hand is present from the crafting of the original model, through to the final sand and carefully applied oil.