Mission Oak Dining Set

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Mission Oak Dining Set

from 3,999.00

Handcrafted in Wisconsin from locally-sourced quarter sawn white oak, this classic dining table exhibits style of the early 1900s Arts & Crafts movement with contemporary functionality. This is an heirloom table that will serve many generations.

Custom orders are available for this item if you prefer different wood or color. Allow 6-18 weeks lead time depending on availability of wood and time.

The 7-piece set includes table + 4 leaves + 2 chairs w/arms + 4 chairs w/o arms.

The 11-piece set includes table + 4 leaves + 2 chairs w/arms + 8 chairs w/o arms.

 

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The Way We Were.

Thanksgiving dinner. Birthday parties. Summer lunches. A late dinner for two.

Many plans hatched, relationships started, celebrated again and again. A fine dining set lives with you. The central piece of your dining room should last many decades and be passed down through the generations of your family.

This timeless oak dining table and chairs have been handcrafted in quartersawn white oak. Notice the ray fleck in the grain patterns on the tables and chair seats. Handcrafted in northern Wisconsin by one of our young enterprising craftsman, Daniel.

The base comes apart with 4 bolts making it very easy to move. The top expands from 6 ft. to 10 ft. easily accommodating 12 adults for a formal dinner. Each end of the table is designed with a slight curve so that the folks sitting at the ends still feel part of the conversation at the whole table.

The dark stained inlays add character and detail much like the mission oak tables of the Arts & Crafts movement. The table is finished in a dark fruitwood stain and varnish. Not too dark so as to expose the beautiful ray fleck of the quarter sawn white oak.