Zeally Bay Dining Table

Price Guide (AUD)

$3,300.00+ 3300.0


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Slick, sexy and striking, this dining table is ideal for a contemporary home. To maximise the sitting space, the legs are tapered, angled and splayed, appearing to emerge from the table top. This table is available in two different timber, which can be seen the images. The heavily featured timber with swirling grain patterns and black sap lines is recycled Messmate. Contrasting this is the American Oak top, which is pale and clean. The pictured tables are 2500mm W x 1050mm D. This design is made to order and will be made to the dimensions you require.
The combination of black legs and timber is seen throughout the Zeally Bay range which features a matching TV cabinet and sideboard.

Wood- Recycled Messmate or American Oak: 40mm top
Size - made to order
Finish -Natural oil and wax

Estimated Lead Time

6 - 14 Weeks

Return Policy

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Product Category

Dining Tables




American Oak, Messmate, Recycled Timber, Dining Table, Tapered Legs, Made To Order, Featured Timber, Melbourne Dining Tables, Black Leg Table, Modern Dining Table

Furniture Maker, Upholsterer, Metalsmith, Woodworker
from Torquay, VIC, AU


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