Bonaldo Ax Dining Table in American Walnut With Natural Edges
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L200cm x W100cm x H75cm
L250cm x W110cm x H75cm
L300cm x W120cm x H75cm
 
UK Delivery charge £140.00
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BONALDO AX DINING TABLE IN AMERICAN WALNUT WITH NATURAL EDGES

Exhibited at the Milan Salone del Mobile, the Ax dining table takes its name from the shape of the base, which is formed by two criss-crossed components creating an X.

Designed by the highly regarded Gino Carollo, this beautiful table has a 40mm solid wood American Walnut table top with natural (uneven) edges. The table's sides (not ends) will follow the natural grain/curve of the wood and therefore will not be straight which is due to the authenticity and uniqueness of every single tree. .

The stunning metal legs are available in a variety of painted matt shades, or with a burnished finish.

Available in three sizes 200cm, 250cm, & 300cm long, there is also an Extending Ax Table, as well as a one in oak, glass or ceramic stone - see links below.

Top Italian furniture brand Bonaldo, who are celebrating their 80th year, are well known for their innovative contemporary designs with a strong personality. They offer a superb range of beautiful furniture for every room, to see their full collection click here, or click for all of our modern dining tables.

For further information please feel free to contact us via email, phone us on 020 7731 9540 or visit our London showroom.

Delivery and installation is £140 to mainland UK & we also deliver overseas.

Ref no: GM-AX-03 £4050.00

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