Product number: Q1607A-BBB-17647
- Solid Hardwood Construction
- One Inch Thick Round Top
- Wooden Non-Geared Slides
- Underbevel Edge
- Solid Steam-Bent Skirt
- Reinforced Leg Connection
- Available Unfinished
- Available in 48, 54, or 60 Inch Diameters
- Solid Top or up to Four Leaves
Beautifully curved legs and a clean design highlight the Georgetown Table. The top is 1″ thick with an under-bevel edge. However, please note this top is only available with a round shape. The attractive base features four curved legs that are joined by a steam bent apron. The top slides open with smooth wooden glides. As a result this table combines modern beauty with usefulness.
Brown Maple with a dark brown stain is the featured wood species and color option. You can also choose from Oak, 1/4 Sawn Oak, Cherry, and Rustic Cherry. Other options include the table size, leaf quantity, and stain options. The trestle table offers various options making it a perfect fit for your home.
The table can be constructed as a 48″, 54″, or 60″ round. In addition, you can extend the starting size by adding up to 4 leaves. The leaves are 12″ wide each. Finally, compliment the dining table with one of our many dining room and kitchen chair options.
Have more questions about the Georgetown Table?
Be sure to CONTACT Brandenberry Furniture to learn more about this table and the size options. Our sales staff is knowledgeable and would love to help answer any questions you may have about our Amish furniture and leg tables.
Also, you may want to make a trip to VISIT the Brandenberry Furniture store in Shipshewana, Indiana. Our store is located in the heart of Indiana Amish country. Enjoy the slower pace of life and see what an attention to detail and passion for hard work can create. The furniture store features an entire line of dining tables, kitchen chairs, bar chairs, barstools, hutches, and buffets. Come see our offering of handcrafted dining room furniture in person. Because the quality of Amish furniture like the Georgetown Table will speak for themselves.