This elliptical dining table has four interlocking legs that provide excellent support for the top and also provide plenty of leg room around the table. The inlay and edge detail change shape around the top which gives a stunning effect.
Black Walnut with a Maple and black stringline inlay.
We have used Black Walnut for the twisted legs and the top has been made from Burr Poplar with a Black Walnut solid edge.
We have made a number of different versions of this design and is available in alternative woods and sizes.
This chair has an Elm sculpted seat with Elm back and interlocking shaped Ash legs.
We have made a number of these chairs, this design works very well when viewed as a pair of chairs.
Made in Oak with twisted shaped Oak legs, we have made a variety of these tables over the years to refine the design.
Like all our work this piece can be made in different timbers and sizes, this table is also available with a glass top.
This was a really enjoyable piece to make as we had to use numerous processes to get the shapes to work.
The legs have been laminated out of Black Walnut and Maple, they first had to be steam bent to make sure they could flow around the forma without splitting. These have then been shaped to give the impression of the wood peeling apart.
The top was made out of Burr Ash with a solid Black Walnut edge.
These dining chairs have a sculptural wooden seat and back with contrasting curved legs.
These examples have been made out of Elm and Rippled Ash, other wood combinations work equally well.
This table was part of a complete room set, also including dining chairs and matching sideboard.
The four pedestals move apart and three matching leaves can then be added. When not in use the leaves are stored in the sideboard.
All the pieces are made in Black Walnut with saw-cut Rippled Maple veneers.
We have made numerous sets of this chair design, the details and construction have been altered over the years and the result is a very comfortable and exceptionally strong dining chair.
The chair looks great when viewed from all angles and when ordered with a dining table we normally match the chair back to the table top wood.
This version is shown in Black Walnut and Ripple Maple with a suede seat.
This design is another example where the underframe has been to designed to maximise the leg room around the table, far too many tables don’t take this into account resulting in limited space for seating.
The underframe has been make out of Ash with an American Cherry top with Ash inlay.