Dean Natural Stainless Steel

Lead time 5 weeks

Lead time 5 weeks

Lead time 5 weeks

Lead time 5 weeks

Lead time 5 weeks

Lead time 5 weeks

Lead time 5 weeks

Lead time 5 weeks

Lead time 5 weeks

Lead time 5 weeks

Lead time 5 weeks

Lead time 5 weeks

Lead time 5 weeks

Lead time 5 weeks

Lead time 5 weeks

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Lead time 5 weeks

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Additional information
Wood Natural Oak
Legs Stainless Steel
Top design Three slabs
Legs design V-shaped
Shape Rectangular
Edges Live Edge
Table-top thickness 4 cm
Legs size 30x30 mm
Assembly Required
Description

Nowadays one slab dining table is a real hit, the only downside is the high price tag. The Dean table is created to make this design available to a wider audience. As a result our clients can get a luxury product with impeccable quality for an affordable price. Live Edge wide slabs of the Natural Oak joint together using special technique, allow us to achieve our goal. Best-selling V-shaped frame in Stainless Steel will make a overall look of the table modern and sharp. The unique design of the matching benches, should encourage future clients to purchase the complete dining set, one table and two matching benches. This table can be custom-made to your own size and specification.

Important to know

Solid wood has characteristics that include cracks in the wood, knots, mineral deposits, inclusions, as well as grain and pigment variations (sometimes filler or a wood patch is required). Seasoning and drying the wood reduces splitting and warping, but some natural movement is to be expected. Variations in height, width or depth for all pieces may vary. Use coasters or placemats to help prevent marks or stains. Wipe the item clean with a soft, dry cloth after each use.Remember, the first 12 months is the toughest time for your table because it is the first time the timber has experienced the 4 seasons indoors. So once you’re through this settling period the table should have acclimatised and experienced the majority of movement you can expect. Each item is unique and no two are exactly alike.

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