New For March: St Charles Pedestal Dining Table Lovingly Crafted from Reclaimed Oak & Elm Timbers

Reclaimed Oak Round Dining Table

The St Charles Dining Table has taken inspiration from classically styled pedestal tables commonly found in Parisian antique shops.

Crafted from reclaimed oak & elm timbers, each pedestal base is painstakingly hand carved to create a beautiful silhouette, complimented by a round table top which bears the hallmarks of reclaimed wood. Nail holes, deep grooves, cracks and unique character marks create a one-of-a-kind look which should be expected and celebrated.

3 sizes are available to accommodate up to 10 people comfortable. Due to the nature of the material used in this item there is a limited quantity available.

Prices start from £2,295

For high res images, please email roxanne.newell@zero2one.com

About mobiusliving

Mobius Living specialise in reclaimed, recycled and sustainable wood furniture for your home and garden. We use reclaimed and recycled wood and timber which is lovingly restored and processed to make handcrafted natural wood furniture. This includes solid oak, pine, elm, wooden oak beams, reclaimed old wood, teak, salvaged timber. Our range includes farmhouse kitchen dining sets, reclaimed wood dining tables and chairs, chunky oak coffee tables and rustic hallway and kitchen benches. We offer flexible, fast and free delivery options and hassle-free customer service designed to encourage our customers to come back time after time. Visit us online at www.mobius-living.co.uk.
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