Handcrafted Dining Furniture
Dining Table - As Shown - Color: Light Walnut Matte - Light Distress.
This custom dining table features a handcrafted solid wood quad-pillar pedestal base that has four square pillars joined and interlocking to the pedestal legs. The entire table base is permanently mounted to the solid wood tabletop. The surface of the dining table features a professionally hand carved "End Of The Trail" design. The carving is protected with a glass insert that fits flush with the dining table surface. You may choose any artwork or design for the custom carving.
High Back Dining Chairs
The matching dining chairs are handcrafted using hand hewn mortise and tenon construction for a solid structure built for strength and longevity. The dining chairs feature arched top seat backs that have been professionally hand carved with pine trees, bears, deer, fawn, and a matching "End Of The Trail" design. Each chair is an individual work of art, and can be completely customize using any artwork design of your choosing.
Custom Dining Room Tables
This handcrafted custom made dining table and chairs are made from solid wood that is fully finished on all surfaces with a hand rubbed fine art finish process over the natural wood. Mar proof feet are included. Order your handcrafted dining furniture in any size and finish to fit your specific space and further personalize your made-to-order custom dining room tables.
Historical Design Inspiration
Hartley Castle is a castle near Kirkby Stephen, Cumbria. The manor was confiscated circa 1315 from Roger de Clifford and granted to Andrew de Harcla (anglicized to Andrew de Harclay or Hartley). The name Harcla is thought to be from the Old English for "hard ground" and may refer to the outcrop of land that the castle is built upon in the Eden valley. The existing manor house was fortified by de Harcla, some time prior to 1323, when he was ordered by King Edward II to be hanged, drawn and quartered for alleged collusion with Robert the Bruce, and forfeited his earldom and lands. It was granted to Ralph de Nevill who later sold it through three other hands to Thomas de Musgrave who on the 4th of October 1353 was granted a licence to crenellate by King Edward III. (Source: wikipedia.org)
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