Dana Thomas Extension Dining Table
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In 1902, the famous American architect Frank Lloyd Wright created an enormous dining room in the luxury high end home he designed for Susan Lawrence Dana. His brilliantly designed custom table surrounded by large, high-backed chairs created a spacious but intimate "room within a room" setting.
Based on Wright's drawings and actual Dana-Thomas house measurements, these pieces can now complete your own fine dining and gathering areas. The ultimate authentic centerpiece, this Extension Table comes with 1 self storing leaf and seats 4-8 people. Handmade to order in Vermont with solid natural quartersawn white oak or cherry wood and available in two widths. This luxury, high end American Mission, Craftsman, Prairie style extension table is certain to be a cherished family heirloom! Item number 6-DTH-10-xx / 6-DTH-32-xx.
Base Price represents any finish
Shown In Parkton Oak with no extension leaf
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Natural variations in solid wood and hand applied finishes make each piece unique. Slight grain and finish irregularities tell you that the furniture has been crafted from solid wood and are considered hallmarks of quality.
Small: 60"L x 42"W x 29.5 "H + 1 (20"W) self-storing leaf extending to 84"L
Large: 60"L x 48"W x 29.5 "H + 1 (20"W) self-storing leaf extending to 84"L
- Handmade in the USA, using solid natural quartersawn oak & natural cherry
- Available in natural cherry wood, Parkton Cherry Stain, Parkton Oak Stain, or Madison Oak Stain
- Each authentic piece bears a unique serial number, its date of creation, and the signature of Frank Lloyd Wright
- Clear, non-toxic, low maintenance, durable, hand rubbed lacquer finish incorporates stain pigments and highlights grain definition
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- Made to order
- Furniture care instructions
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