This dining table closely follows examples by Morris, Stickley and other A's & C's designers. This example has a green painted base, the idea coming from Morris' own table at the Cheltenham Museum. The Oak top is 47" in diameter. This was designed to be produced quite economically, but still offer the Arts and Crafts style sucessfully.
We can also supply the top in solid wood, with either round, square, rectangular, sextagonal or octagonal shaped tops. The base could be left in natural wood, or finished to a colour of your choice. The size can also be made to your requirements. Made to order.
This shot above left shows the Arts & Crafts Painted dining table with it's set of matching dining chairs. Below are the 2 tables that inspired the table above. The gren painted table is a very early Morris one, while the oak table is one of GE Street's 'Cuddeston' tables. The table above right is another version of this style of table, all in oak (shown in Voysey furniture section).