Valencia Dining Table 4m x 1.1m

Reclaimed Teak Furniture offers a move away from
the norm. and different whilst at the same time
being functional, practical and expertly made by
skilled craftspeople to their bespoke,
hand-made qualities, It makes sense
environmentally as well.

By reclaiming teak that's come to the end
of its natural useful life Quite simply, the best,
Its dense, oily nature means,It has a very low
moisture uptake

The Price is the Table only purchased


Delivery Policy Spain Mainland


The Valencia table with its huge 5cm thick tabletop & 20cm chunky legs, made from reclaimed teak.
Solid construction this table is built to last can be used in either the garden or in your villa.

  • The chunky bottom-stretcher adds rigidity and the uprights angled across the length as well add a further touch of character.
  • The addition of a black wash highlights the grain brilliantly and adds protection.?
  • Patching can be seen in certain areas along the tabletop. Patching is a technique used by certain craftspeople across Indonesia that involves detailed cutting of reclaimed teak to fit heavily damaged areas of the grain and restore them back to a smoother finish. This technique is passed down through generations and adds to the unique and bespoke feel of the tabletop - particularly when combined with the black wash.
  • Mortice and Tenon joints are hand cut and reinforced with teak dowels which make for more robust construction and guarantees the table won't develop a wobble over time.
  • Teak is by far the best wood for outdoor use as it has abundant, natural oil content and a dense nature meaning it is protected naturally without any need for synthetic treatments.
Height: 76cm
Width: 110cm
Length: Choice of = 2m / 2.4m / 3m / 4m
Leg construction x 20cm x 100cm

2m x 1.1m table = 100kg
2.4m x 1.1m table = 115kg
3m x 1.1 table = 130kg
4m x 1.1 table = 210kg

(Please note price is for the table only, chairs /Bench are for illustration purposes and are not included)

Please Note: This product uses reclaimed timber which by its very nature includes inconsistencies in the grain and a skilled craft technique called 'patching.'. This is a characteristic of all reclaimed furniture