Meet the Amish Olde Century Mission Table! This 100% real wood design comes in a variety of finishes that cater to your personal style. As a result, each uniquely handcrafted table will improve the look of your dining room. In particular, the Amish Olde Century Mission Dining Room Table offers a variety of features including custom sizes, shapes, styles and colors. In order to enhance the integrity of our Amish made products, each purchase is fully backed by a lifetime warranty.
Simple and elegant, this Amish gorgeous dining room table is handcrafted by a master craftsman and finished to a perfect sheen. As a result, it offers elegance and style ideal for every room in the house, and especially where it will be most comfortable, in the dining room.
Depending on the style and size, some tables may have extra leaves incorporated into the design. Since the leaves are seamless they provide flexibility for entertaining guests. Also, they are trimming down unnecessary space when it’s just your immediate loved ones.
Constructed from the best hardwoods, these Amish tables are masterpieces, each one. Deutsch Furniture Gallery pays attention to special details. Quality and details are important to us. To ensure trouble free service we established quality standards. Finally, our craftsmen will follow your specifications from start to finish because each table is unique master piece.
Olde Century Mission Table features:
1″ rectangle top is standard
Mission edge is standard
Skirt standard with half-lap corner joints
Trestle base is 24″ wide
Available in Oak, Rustic Cherry, Brown Maple, Wormy Maple, Cherry, Quarter Sawn White Oak, Hickory, Hard Maple, Rustic Walnut, Rustic Hickory, Rustic Quarter Sawn White Oak, Sap Cherry, Elm & Walnut
Quarter Sawn White Oak tables will have regular White Oak base
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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.