Oak and smoked oak were used in this hall tables construction; the legs are fluted meeting tapered chamfers at the top of the piece - a striking feature. The deep rich colour of this table is a result of exposing the wood to the fumes of ammonia solution, which reacts with the tannins present in the wood. A pair of drawers in quarter saw oak contrast the rest of the piece and feature hand cut dovetails and a discrete pull handle.
L 100cm, H 85cm, D 34.5cm
Making hours: 80