Cross Buck Table & Benches, Choice Of Wood And Finish

Cross Buck Table & Benches, I used some very old Salvaged Fir for the tops, taken out of an old warehouse in The French Quarters of New Orleans, 1 3/8 inch thick, The legs were from an old Lumber Mill these were used as Dunnage to stack the Bunks of Lumber on, the wood is solid but may have some Pecky, evidence of old insect activity, and a Beehole or two! The Finish Hand Wiped Boiled Linseed Oil, with two buffed Wax Protective coats, all have been sanded smooth to the touch. The finish is not as Reddish as photos show, I accented the boards to make them stand as but the seams are Tight.

The tops show some old nail holes, and variaction in color because of where they were nailed to cross members Finished height of table is 28 1/2" 74" long with a 26 1/2" Knee hole clearance, The Table Legs are 2 1/8 x 4 1/2" Cypress, the benches are 13" wide one is 71" long the other 73 3/4" long, Bench legs are 2 1/8 x 3 1/2" Cypress

We prefer in store inspection, and offer free pickup, Shipping is an option, I recommend a Moving Company, or use, You need to start the Bid process on Uship, I have a local company I can recommend but once again they will have questions that only you may be able to answer, I also can Bring to my Local UPS store, or Carrier of your choice within 20-25 miles of me My zip code is 70454. I do that free of charge you contact Company and arrange payment and shipping details

Let me bid your Set for you Price will depend on size and Lumber chosen, Type of Finish and design, Email to see if this set is still in stock, Table alone $800.00 each Bench $185.00 I'd rather sell as a set

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