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Rare, Reclaimed Teak Table made from very wide timbers
160 x 170 x 75cm
A large “almost square” reclaimed teak table made from two very old and rare teak planks which are unusually wide and thick with a beautiful grain. The legs made from old teak pillars and are a seriously chunky 15cm square. The edges of the table top are weathered smooth with two sides being quite rounded and the whole table is full of natural sculptural details.
Product Code: T00001
Location: ERB Gallery (near Newark, Nottinghamshire. UK)
Contact Emily directly on +44 7802 732 753 if you wish to arrange an appointment to view a table or require more photographs., or complete the form below.
We salvage pieces of 100 year old teak from old bridges and disused colonial buildings to make our furniture.
We do not finish the teak because the wood is so beautiful in its natural state and sometimes we deliberately leave holes.
If you wish to seal a piece for interior use we recommend OSMO wax.
Outdoor furniture can be oiled with teak oil but it will change the colour of the old teak.
Price depends on the weight, thickness and quality of the wood used. Old teak is sold by the cubic meter and the price is going up all the time. Once it is gone it is gone. Teak of this quality is not grown anymore.
Meet Emily Readett-Bayley on Stand K59 at the summer’s largest design-focused gift trade show curated by experts.
15-17 May 2016 at London Olympia and online all year.
PULSE – London
Sunday 15 May 2016 09.30-18.00
Monday 16 May 2016 09.30-18.00
Tuesday 17 May 2016 09.30-17.00
Emily Readett-Bayley PULSE London