|Gateleg Table #907
Gateleg dining tables often evoke images of flimsy,
imported tables made of particle board, and sold
at low prices in imported furniture stores.
Not this one!
The #907 is the second gateleg table of my furniture design career. I designed
the first table almost 30 years
ago--the Triboro 3660 Gateleg table for KMW
Furniture Makers in December 1979. It was a Finalist in the Daphne Awards of 1981. In the five
years that it was manufactured, well over 1,000 were sold.
This table incorporates many of the style
elements of the Greene & Greene Gamble House
table of 1906 in an original design. Our design
objectives were to provide a very sturdy dining
table suitable for small multi-purpose spaces
while evoking the Arts & Crafts spirit of Greene
& Greene. The tops are inlayed with solid
walnut, the center posts have walnut through
tenon plugs, traditional rule joints are used
between the leaves and solid brass hinges are
used throughout. The top and legs are shaped
similar to those of the Gamble House Table.
Stability is further enhanced by the full one
inch thick top, and levelers on both the top and
bottom of the four gatelegs. The bottom levelers
serve the conventional purpose of compensating
for uneven floors. The levelers at the top of
each gateleg serve to balance the load between
the two legs and to assure that the swinging top
is aligned with the fixed center top. A positive
stop under each swinging leaf is provided to
index the gateleg position.
Size and Seating Capacity: See captions above.
Net Weight: Approx 150 lbs.
Material: White Oak shown. Other species
available on request at additional cost.
Top Thickness: 1 inch, nominal.
Finish: CAB lacquer
$2,800, Cherry or Oak
$3,000 Walnut or
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