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Regency Dining Table
A regency style burl oak veneered dining table with fine mother of pearl inlays to the apron by Jonathan Charles. It has a removable lazy susan and is raised on an openwork base on four reeded sabre legs with brass lion paw castors. The dining table is the most important feature in a dining area because it sets the mood for family meals and friendly gatherings. Round tables create a more familiar seating arrangement, creating a dining room environment that's warm, friendly and comfortable. A regency style dining table like this would look beautiful in a traditional, ornate dining room.
Burl oak occurs due to branches and other off-shoots to the main trunk of the tree. The finished look for furniture is an intricate individual pattern, where every piece of wood is different. Mother of Pearl is a composite material produced by molluscs as an inner shell layer which makes up the outer coating of pearls. It is strong, resilient, iridescent and utterly beautiful. The mother of pearl inlays on this dining table provide the finishing touch to a truly opulent piece of furniture and a true work of art. The table is also entirely hand crafted, ensuring its uniqueness and individuality.
The Jonathan Charles Duchess collection is inspired by 19th century Italian decorative furniture. The pieces contain heavily distressed finishes and contrasting rasied veneer detail. It is an exquisite collection, defined largely by hand inlaid mother-of-pearl detailing.
Product Code: 499010 Brand: Jonathan Charles Collection: Duchess Handmade: Yes Material: Oak Usually dispatched within: 6 - 8 Weeks New In: Yes Colour: Brown Furniture Type: Dining Table
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