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Graft Dining Table

£1,995.00£2,995.00

  • Live edge characterful Pippy Oak top
  • Hand turned timber legs with metal detailing
  • Pitched, spacious design for maximum leg space
  • Available in a wide range of materials and finishes
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Product story

Combining wildly beautiful Pippy Oak with one of the key design features found throughout the Graft collection. The legs are constructed by separating rectangular lengths of oak which have been hand turned on a lathe to make a spherical profile that transitions seamlessly from round to rectangular. The divide is then inlayed with steel to add to both the rigidity and aesthetics of the table.

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Wildly beautiful Pippy Oak

English forests produce the finest pippy oak in the world.
Pippy Oak, sometimes called ‘Cat’s paw’ Oak, bears the name because of the frequent small knots and cluster which pepper the board. Large knot clusters are generally referred to as ‘burrs’ and timbers with a high proportion of these large clusters are described as burr Oak.
English pippy oak ranges in colour from pale straw to dark honey brown. The grain moves around the knots and clusters to create beautiful wild patterns and figures which are highly prized by fine furniture makers.

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The 'Graft' collection

Working in partnership with award-winning design studio STAC architecture, Graft is a celebration of exquisite design and a showcasing of the beauty of natural timber. The range – which is made from solid, certified timber – combines sustainable thinking with a clean line aesthetic to complement and elevate any contemporary design-conscious office environment.

Additional information

Additional information

Weight 70 kg
Dimensions 1800 × 1000 × 750 mm
Size

4-6 seat, 6-8 seat, 8-10 seat

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Our commitment to ethical and environmentally responsible furniture runs right through our core. In fact, with our tree planting programme we actually give back way more than we take.

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