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Reclaimed Oak Dropleaf Table


Drop leaf tables date back to The Elizabethan and Jacobean periods and were very common in the late1600’s and to the early 1700’s. Perfect for crowed or small spaces, a drop leaf table can be used in many places; kitchen, dining room, behind a couch or den. The leaves are folded down and out of the way until you need the space for entertaining. Many of the early American drop leaf tables were made from pine or maple but many others brought over from England were very ornate in highly decorated.   While styles have changed over the course of time the classic drop leaf table has not. The simplicity of the drop leaf table and the authenticity of American history has tremendous charm whether you have one built from rustic old pine or smooth old oak.   The table in this photo is built from reclaimed, medium textured, old oak and is finished in our antique walnut shade.

  • To build your own table you must complete each section using the pull down menus to the right of each option. If you do not see the size you want go to the next size up or call for quote. The size and options you select will be calculated at the bottom of the page.
  • *1" thickness after planing will end up being 1/2"- 3/4" thick. 2" thickness after planing will end up being 1 1/2"- 1 3/4" thick. Now offering tables made from new maple. This is an excellent choice for smooth, painted and high gloss finishes. Priced out the same as old oak. Orders for maple must be called in.
  • If you have an 8' x 2" thick + table, must upgrade your trestle to Old Oak for stability and durability purposes. If you are looking to purchase a base only there will an additional $100 charge.
  • For very smooth finishes and high gloss finishes we recommend maple. Tables in maple are the same price as the tables in old oak. Excellent choice for smooth painted finishes.
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