Seasons Dining Table


  • Rough sawn Oak table top retaining character.
  • Copper plated solid metal base.
  • Available in a range of bespoke timbers and finishes
  • 4-6 seat (1800 x 1000 x 750mm)
  • 6-8 seat (2200 x 1000 x 750mm)
  • 8-10 seat (2700 x 1000 x 750mm)

Product story

The seasons dining table is a fusion of rustic and contemporary, a bold statement for any idyllic space. Contrasting rough sawn oak and aged Copper plated legs, seasons harnesses the raw beauty of our Wiltshire landscape and the precision of our craftspeople. 

Inspired by our own Wiltshire workshop, we took the raw simplicity of Oak timber framing and steel supports to create the Seasons dining table. Purposefully created with a rustic finish, we retained as much of the authenticity that makes the timber and metal so unique. The robust Oak top required a decent level of support, by taking the angles displayed in Tudor homes in the nearby village of Lacock, the base compliments the heritage of our top and combines a unique display of history and contemporary craftsmanship.

In contrast to Character and Pippy grades of British Oak, Prime or first grade is defined by its uniformity and consistent grain. Selected during a grading process at the Sawmill, this grade of Oak contains a very small amount of knots, a low level of sap and a highly uniform colour across the boards.

With our in-house steel fabricators and access to a wide range of specialist metal finishers we can completely customise the size, finish and design of the metalwork that accompanies our pieces. Whether it’s adding a patina to the finish of a piece or incorporating precious metals such as Copper and Brass please contact us to find out more. 

Additional information

Additional information

Weight 70 kg
Dimensions 1800 × 1000 × 750 mm

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

Base Colour

Black, Copper

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