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Conference and Dining Tables in Detail
Board Room Table
This Board Room table is 14' x 4' and 3' wide at the ends for easier viewing for all the board members.  We used two 7' lenghts 2 1/2" thick as the tree was too short to make a 14' length.
Commissioned in 2009 by
Quails' Gate Estate Winery, Kelowna BC

Library Table
This Wine Library table is 5' in diameter and 1 1/2" thick with gate legs that swing out of the way to hold up the table sides of which 12" on both sides are hinged to fold down, this feature allows for  loading wine with the forklift and limited space for the table so as not to get bumped. It is one of the most  challenging tables I have built, I'd like to thank Cynthia and Tony for having the confidence in me to build these very bueautifully designed tables for their Family Vineyard, Quails' Gate Estate Winery in Kelowna BC  www.quailsgate.com
Commissioned in 2009 by
Quails' Gate Estate Winery, Kelowna BC

Rectangular Table
This black walnut dining table has two 12" leaves that extend the length from 5 to 7 feet so it will seat 8 persons comfortably. It features some of the wildest grain I have cut from walnut grown in B.C. The boards were 1" thick and we wanted a table to seem heavier so I roughed out the wood 4" longer so I could double up the edge thickness, while doing so I carefully bookmatched the end grain along the sides of the table. The finish that was used is tung oil, three coats applied by hand.
Commissioned in 2005

Circular Table
This black walnut dining table is seven feet in diameter and seats twelve, the top is 3" thick. A hardwood case was built to transport the table safely, as the top weighs well over 500 lbs we actually roll the table on it's edge through doorways. The legs are 6" thick and weigh over 50 lbs. each, they also are made of solid B.C. black walnut. This table features a 36" lazy susan that sits on the table when dining, then after dinner it is removed for playing cards or games and cleverly stored in one of two corner cabinets that accompany this table.The finish used was urethane oil handrubbed with 3 coats. The chairs were made by John Dunston.
Commissioned in 1994

Natural Slab
This wood is from a local black walnut tree planted by Abram Reeves in 1890. The two largest trunks were cut into slabs up to 3 1/2 inches thick, 5 1/2 feet wide and 13 feet long.
This table is a solid natural edge dining or conference table that will seat up to 16 people.