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Crown Double Dining

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Traditional timber framed joinery in post and beam construction is not truly appreciated. We assume the massive posts and beams above our heads are connected adequately, but in reality we prefer to marvel at the beauty and scale of the timbers themselves. The Crown table celebrates the traditional art of joinery by connecting three timbers of equal length in perfect symmetry. To highlight the union of the timber, we provide a ¼ scale model of the actual sized crown base that can be disassembled to show the beautiful joinery of the full scaled piece. The three timber elements are nestled by gravity and secured by a heavy table top. The base can accommodate 66” diameter and 72” diameter tops.

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Douglas Fir with Clear Hardwax Oil
Douglas Fir with Clear Hardwax Oil

A soft wood native to the West Coast, Douglas-fir is usually a light brown color with a hint of red and/or yellow. Grain patterns range from straight to cathedral like. Clear hard wax oil on Douglas-fir maintains the warm colour, it is hand applied and has minimal sheen.

Douglas Fir with Clear Varnish
Douglas Fir with Clear Varnish

When finished with clear varnish the Douglas-fir maintains it’s warm colour, with a subtle sheen and smooth finish.

Douglas Fir with Hand Brushed Soft White Finish
Douglas Fir with Hand Brushed Soft White Finish

A soft wood native to the West Coast, Douglas-fir is usually a light brown color with a hint of red and/or yellow. Grain patterns range from straight to cathedral like. Wire brushed finish textures the surface, while maintaining a smooth appearance.

Douglas Fir with Soft White Hardwax Oil
Douglas Fir with Soft White Hardwax Oil

A soft wood native to the West Coast, Douglas-fir is usually a light brown color with a hint of red and/or yellow. Grain patterns range from straight to cathedral like. Finished by hand with a soft white hardwax oil, this wood has a lighter, muted character while still maintaining the beautiful natural grain.

Douglas Fir
Douglas Fir

A soft wood native to the West Coast, Douglas-fir is usually a light brown color with a hint of red and/or yellow. Grain patterns range from straight to cathedral like.

Red Oak
Red Oak

Oak is a heavy, strong hardwood, prized for its straight grain and medium-coarse texture.

Clear Hardwax Oil - Red Oak
Clear Hardwax Oil - Red Oak

Hand applied clear hardwax oil leaves a minimal sheen, with a subtle red element.

Clear Hardwax Oil- Douglas-fir
Clear Hardwax Oil- Douglas-fir

Clear hard wax oil on Douglas-fir maintains the warm colour, it is hand applied and has minimal sheen.

Clear Varnish - Red Oak
Clear Varnish - Red Oak

Clear varnish adds a smooth, durable topcoat with a light sheen.

Clear Varnish-Douglas fir
Clear Varnish-Douglas fir

When finished with clear varnish the Douglas-fir maintains it’s warm colour, with a subtle sheen and smooth finish.

Custom Finish
Custom Finish

Hand Brush and Soft White Hardwax Oil- Red Oak
Hand Brush and Soft White Hardwax Oil- Red Oak

Textured and finished by hand with a soft white hardwax oil, this wood has a lighter, muted character while still maintaining the beautiful natural grain.

Hand Brush with Soft White Hardwax Oil- Douglas fir
Hand Brush with Soft White Hardwax Oil- Douglas fir

Wire brushed finish textures the surface, while maintaining a smooth appearance.

Soft White Hardwax Oil - Red Oak
Soft White Hardwax Oil - Red Oak

The pores capture the pigment of the hand applied soft white hardwax oil, highlighting their natural occurrence and leaving the wood a warm muted white-light brown colour.

Soft White Hardwax Oil- Douglas-fir
Soft White Hardwax Oil- Douglas-fir

Finished by hand with a soft white hardwax oil, this wood has a lighter, muted colour tone while still maintaining the beautiful natural grain.

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