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Amish Handcrafted Wood Tables
Are you seeking a dining table crafted with incredible skill and boasting great elegance? Or a table possessing durable construction ensuring generations of use? Or a table that is sure to become a treasured antique in decades to come? If so, look no farther than Amish Handcrafted Wood Tables.
Expert artisans build each Amish Handcrafted Wood Table with meticulous care. Furthermore, they use traditional woodworking methods, beautiful hardwoods, and an eye-for-detail. Amish Handcrafted Wood Tables come in a variety of styles, from traditional to modern, simple to ornate, as well as a host of custom options, such as split or solid top, table shape, base options, wood species and stain and finish choices.
The Woodbury Double Pedestal Table, pictured above, possesses a beauty that only comes from Amish craftsmanship and natural hardwood construction. If you would like to see more tables, visit your local Amish furniture market or browse our online catalog.
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The Brandenberry Trenta Mission Table Set
The Mission furniture style enjoys a long and rich legacy that has been written about previously on this blog. As the popularity of the Mission furniture exploded after its early introduction and continues to draw public appeal decade after decade. The original style has undergone transformations ranging from the simple to the complex. The Royal Mission style added corbels and other wood details. While the Prairie Mission style transformed the wood slats into delicate yet sturdy works of art.
The custom-crafted Trenta Table Set, pictured here, is only found at Brandenberry Amish Furniture. It has a distinctly modern style that stays true to its roots. Boasting Quarter Sawn Oak wood the mortise and tenon construction. Finally, each Trenta Chair features a distinctly angled headpiece that complements the other, resulting in a design that breaks free of all traditional forms.
To see more custom pieces like this, visit Brandenberry Amish Furniture!