1873 Dining Table

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In honor of the French machinist Pierre Hure, we are turning out a reinterpreted classic from our heritage collection, respectively named 1873. In the year 1873, P. Hure designed, built, and sold a variety of lathes and milling machines that was influential in the French Industrial era. Today, we find ourselves inspired by the beauty, craftsmanship, functionality, and sincerity that imbues his work, despite the unglamorous environments they resided.


In the spirit of fulfilling our clients’ longing for bulk quantities and budget-conscious projects such as restaurants, hotels, or bars, we designed our 1873 steel base to meet the demands of our clientele while keeping our tradition of style and excellence!


 The steel base comes in an artisanal natural matte finish that includes a large 2″ diameter connecting rod with a 3″ nut to support the construction of the rod & bases. Our tabletops are crafted by hand in plywood veneer with a hardwood edge and you can select from three different high-end veneer wood species: walnut, oak, and mahogany.
The tabletop is available in two different sizes: 72″ L x 36″ W x 30″ H ($3,795), and 96″ L x 40″ W x 30″ H ($3,995)
The base is also sold separately
Steel finish is as shown. We may introduce colors and other options in the future but currently, this table is not customizable except for bulk orders. For a customizable table like this, see the Hure. We can also customize this with a bulk order over 50.
Weight: 250 lbs with a 96″ x 40″ top (half the weight of our Hure table)
This table is commercial quality and intended for residential or commercial use.

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