Hure Dining Table
I have a love for the old cast iron bases made from the late 1800s to the 1940s. A French machinist named P. Hure built many different lathes and milling machines that stood on them. They are rare and very hard to find, especially in America, so I built this base as a tribute to him. It’s built with 1/4″ thick steel which is the heaviest gauge we’ve used to date. And the large connecting screw has a 2″ diameter with a 3″ nut that holds the two bases together. It’s massive and curvy lines blend well to support the 2″ thick top which is adorned with metal trim and bolted corner protectors. As always, this piece can be customized to suit your needs, with different tops, as a desk with drawers, different heights, colors, etc.
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The base is available separately.
Cherry, Mahogany, Worn Oak, Walnut and Steel tops with metal trim and bolted corners available. Finish info here.
Each base says “Hure” on the face. Read about the Hure story here: LINK
96″ long x 40″ wide x 30″ tall
120″ long x 48″ wide x 30″ tall
96″ long x 40″ wide x 42″ tall (bar height)
120″ long x 48″ wide x 42″ tall (bar height)
Call for custom sizes and options (30% upcharge may apply).
|Large Table Sizes
96l-x-40w-x-30h, 96l-x-40w-x-42h, 120l-x-48w-x-30h, 120l-x-48w-x-42h
Cherry, Walnut, Mahogany, Worn Oak, Aged Steel
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