The Hancock dining table is a trestle-style table design that springboards off the traditional furniture found at the Shaker settlement at Hancock, Massachusetts.
The top and base are solid cherry (images shown), wedged at the stretcher with bocote wedges bearing on large aluminum pins; the top captured with dovetail key blocks of padauk. The legs are joined with a series of exposed splines of bocote. The top has a central “runner” of 24 gauge copper patined with browns and greens to contrast with the rich, red cherry. The copper is useful for setting serving pieces, as well as glasses that might be wet, hot or rough on the bottom. This saves wear and tear on the wood of the table top itself.
This dining table may be customized in size, and is also available in walnut, birch or maple. Zinc may also be used as the runner and patined either to a warm gray, or with a pattern of rich dark-gray-to-black with warm brown markings. Made to order.
78"L x 39"W x 29"H
Ships within 6 weeks.