Cambridge Old Pine Farmhouse Table

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$1,439.00
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Why We Love This Farmhouse Table!

Need a great place for the family to gather and enjoy life? Well the Cambridge Old Pine Farmhouse Table is just the place to do it. Each of these farmhouse tables is custom made from reclaimed and salvaged pine, giving every table a character all it’s own. Available with Farmhouse and Cottage’s innovative breadboard extension.

The Table Specs.

Salvaged Pine, 1″ thick top, 2″ old pine overhang, Beaded apron, 1/8″ round over on edges of table, 1″ rounded corners, With 3″ breadboard

See more tables on our farmhouse table page.

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Avalible Extensions

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Shipping

Flat Rate In Home Delivery $199 Please see our Customer Service & Shipping page for complete details.

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$1,439.00
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Product Information

Lead Time

8 to 10 Weeks Plus Transit Time

Dimensions

Custom Per Order

Origin

Made in the USA

Material

Salvaged and Reclaimed Old Pine

Shipping & Returns

Shipping Restrictions

Only ships to the lower 48 states

Return Policy

Custom Furniture Non-Returnable Please see our Customer Service & Shipping page for complete details.

FAQ’s

Q: What is a Breadboard Extensions?

A: Breadboard extensions are an innovative solution, where the breadboards at the ends of the table slide out on arm, so that an extension leaf can be used. These leaves are easier to store than company board extensions.

Q: Are there any drawbacks to breadboard extensions?

A: Yes there are. Because reclaimed wood is by its very nature uneven, the breadboards may fit loosely against the end of the table and they may be slightly uneven.