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Dragonwood Exotic Wood Slab Dinning Table

Regular price $2,999.00 USD
Regular price Sale price $2,999.00 USD
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Our rare live edge wood tables add a luxury feel to any space, featuring a 100% unique one-of-a-kind slab (May vary slightly from the picture).

Featuring sturdy handmade legs to give it a beautiful finish and support. All of our products are eco-friendly and 100% handmade, only using the highest quality materials.

Our process has been perfected throughout the years, where we have reached a finish that we can be proud of.

Dragon wood is a rare species renowned for its beautiful color a deep reddish/orange background with dark vein stripes dramatic & durable perfect for any luxury decoration.


Features

  • Hand-made: Our entire process is handmade, you are not only buying a table, you are acquiring the expertise and hours of work of a master wood craftsman
  • Eco Friendly: We are 100% eco-friendly only using quality materials and processes that are respectful of the environment
  • Exotic Unique Pieces: Each table is 100% unique, our slabs never look the same. The slabs used for these pieces are rare and of the highest grade.


Product Details

  • Top Material: Solid Dragonwood
  • Base Material: Metal
  • Level of Assembly: Partial Assembly
  • Number of Tables Included: 1
  • Natural Wood Grain Color Variation (No item has the same grain color, finish, or wood knots due to natural factors.)
  • Live Edge (Natural edge of the wood that’s been incorporated into the design.)


Measurements

26'' H x 46'' L x 26' W

Overall Product Weight
85 lb.

Table Top Thickness
3.00''

MADE IN THE USA

Handmade Luxury

Each of our pieces is made with great attention to detail, utilizing the best materials and eco-friendly processes. The result is a designer table which is unique and asthetic.

  • Free Nationwide Shipping

    We provide fast shipping throughout the US.

  • Rescued Exotic Slabs

    All of our tables come from rescued slabs at the bottom of lakes in Central America. The speices we use are rare and go throught a demanding selection process.