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Amish West Newton Leg Table


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    Please select from any of the following hardwoods. You can learn more about each different wood type.

    *Oak Stains

    *Sap Cherry Stains

    *Rustic Cherry Stains

    *Wormy Maple Stains

    *Cherry Stains

    *Rustic Hickory Stains

    *Hickory Stains

    *Brown Maple Stains

    *1/4 Sawn White Oak Stains

    *Elm Stains

    *Rustic Walnut Stains

    *Hard Maple Stains

    *Walnut Stains

    *Table Top Size

    *Table Top Size

    *Table Top Size

    *Table Top Size


    Choose the number of leaves for the table top.

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Categories: , SKU: LT-WW-WestNewton

The Amish West Newton Leg Table features a gorgeous transitional style design perfect for inclusion in dining rooms and kitchens of the modern home. Its unique legs are slightly rounded on the outside and straight along the inside.

The Amish West Newton Leg Table comes in your choice of two widths: 42 or 48 inches. Also, we build the table with a solid hardwood top of 60, 66 or 72 inches. Made by skillful Amish craftsman, this Amish leg table is built to last.

Amish West Newton Leg Table features:

  • 1″ square top with 2″ underbevel edge
  • 3 or more leaves will have center leg
  • 42″ wide – self stores 1 leaf with skirt and 1 without skirt
  • 48″ wide – self stores 2 leaves with skirt and 2 without skirt
  • Available in Oak, Sap Cherry, Rustic Cherry, Wormy Maple, Cherry, Rustic Hickory, Hickory, Brown Maple, QSWO, Elm, Rustic Walnut, Hard Maple and Walnut
  • Shown in: Shown in: FC 15743 Briar / Hard Maple / 42×66
  • Suggested chair:   Lahoma or Hawthorn from F&N Woodworking

Dining Table Seating Guide

— Find out how many people can sit at your table —

Most of our chairs have a width of 20” or less. The seating charts below are based on that, giving approximately 4” of extra room on either side of the chair. Please note that these charts are a guide and may not be exact for every table and chair combination.


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