10' Lappland Supper Table

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10' Lappland Supper Table

3,000.00

These two tables are replicas of an early American farm and harvest table. The wood was taken from one Black Walnut tree that had fallen in a storm four years ago downtown Detroit. It was milled, dried and then hand planed. One hand saw was used to make all of the cuts and it was then hand sanded. The legs and tenon pegs of the table are made of Sapele (suh-peelee) as sister wood of mahogany.  Sapele is native to tropical Africa and is used in this case for its durability. 

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