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The frame-saw of the firm can produce four feet wide boards and if properly finished they will be magnificent table tops of unique dining-room tables. The surface of the top is planed by hand and the quarter-sawn base is – if possible – made of the same log. We use sliding dovetails to keep the huge top straight and allow it to move laterally. Any possible cracks in the wood will be locked by a butterfly shaped piece of wood, which is lowered into the top, holding it together across the crack formation.

To prevent the wood from cracking we let the table top air-dry for one or two years – depending on the thickness – before it is finally dried in a furniture drier.

On demand we can make different kinds of tables of oak, beech, elm, poplar and FSC-labelled mahogany.