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Large lodgepole pine legs ensure this table's timeless beauty and durability
Table top is available in round, square or octagonal
Unique, one-of-a-kind look reminiscent of the Grand Lodges of the Rockies, circa 1900
Comes fully assembled
20-year limited warranty included at no additional charge
All of Montana Woodworks® furniture is handcrafted by the Amish of Montana in the United States using solid wood.
All log furniture is subject to the natural process of "checking". Checking or cracking occurs when the wood releases moisture during the natural drying process and often occurs across the annual growth rings. Checking does not affect the structural performance or integrity of the wood.
Allows you to find by tables that allow you to rest your feet while sitting down.
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About the Montana Collection
The Montana Collection by Montana Woodworks embodies the traditional “look” of rustic log furniture. Using hand held, old-fashioned drawknives, each log is “skip peeled” by hand, removing the outer bark but leaving some of the inner bark on the log thereby creating a wonderful contrast in color and texture. This careful attention to detail and quality continues throughout the entire handcrafting process. Each piece of Montana Woodworks furniture is hand-crafted by the Amish of Rexford Montana in the tradition of their fore fathers. The mortise and tenon joinery system employed by our artisans has been used for millennia to join multiple components into a single, solid and strong assembly thus ensuring a truly heirloom quality piece that will last for generations to come.