To make this dining table, we’ve combined a very old panelled oak top with an antique steel tube frame. We recovered the tabletop from the Grassi Museum in Leipzig shortly before the museum was completely refurbished. The frame is made out of old steel tubes which were originally used as railings in an industrial plant in the first quarter of the nineteenth century.
We’ve sandblasted, brushed and waxed the steel. The oak tabletop shows traces of use and repair, which certainly makes it look authentic! During restoration, we sanded and oiled it.
Similar tables in other sizes are available on request. Please contact us if you are interested.
width: 121,5cm (47.8")
depth: 197,5cm (77.8")