Oak And Elm Barnwood Table

This 12' long table is built out of the joist material reclaimed form a corn crib near Hills Iowa. My guess is that the lumber was sawn from local trees, possibly felled right on the property due to the variety of wood we found.

The table top is red oak with white oak breadboard ends. The base is constructed of elm with mortise and tenon joinery. This is a substantial piece of furniture. The top is nearly 2" thick and probably weighs around 350 pounds. It should easily seat 14 people This table should be around long after we are gone. The finish is pre-catalized lacquer

The dimensions are approximately 149.5" Long 41.5" wide and 29.75" tall.

This piece is already completed and ready for delivery. It is a large piece but I'm sure shipping can be arranged or I can deliver it as well. I'm just going to put a number in the shipping column but I will work with you to keep that cost down and get the piece to you safely. I'm located in central Iowa if you want to arrange pick-up.

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