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Oak Table Top

For a table that is both attractive and long-wearing, look no further than our oak dining table top.

While laminated tables impersonate the signature pattern of an oak wood table, they are lacking in the quality benefits of real solid oak wood.

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The saying, “mighty oaks from little acorns grow,” captures the strength and character of this trusty wood. Oak wood is the most commonly used furniture material because of its solid reputation for being durable and versatile. Oak grain is distinctive with a rough and deep pattern that makes it both beautifully textured and easy to stain. An oak table top is a true classic.

An oak table will stand up to frequent use with a higher than average Janka score (a measurement of force needed to penetrate the wood with a small steel ball). This serves as proof that oak does not dent or scratch easily.

When you buy our solid oak dining table, you’re getting a quality product that is built to last. Our tables are about 1.25 in. thick and come in various sizes to fit in with any plan.

The beauty of oak is enhanced by a variety of stains. Our solid oak plank table tops come in a natural stain or a rich walnut stain. This versatile finish makes these oak tables work with a variety of different styles. The natural aesthetic of the patterns featuring unique knots, plus the earthiness of the walnut finish would be a perfect addition to a rustic themed restaurant or cafe.

An oak table’s natural anti-fungal and water-resistant characteristics make this material ideal for foodservice.

Mount to bases with:

10-inch screw not included

NOTEBecause shipping costs are so high, we no longer accept orders quantities less than 4 pieces on anything over 42″ in length (mix of sizes is OK). They must ship on a pallet and the cost is VERY HIGH unless shipping in quantities of 6 or more.

NOTE – Alterations made to any product voids any warranty that may have been available.

Not recommended for outdoor use.

For any top over 60″ in length, we recommend a base that gives FULL support, not just a couple of pedestal bases. Longer tops can sag over time so a fully supported base is necessary.

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