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Handmade Zinc Kitchen Table With Painted Church Chairs

Bespoke Kitchen Zinc Tables Made at UKAA
Zinc Dining Tables are Made To Measure
Industrial Zinc Kitchen Tables with Chairs at UKAA

Handmade Zinc Kitchen Table

£1,270

In stock - Ref: D1345

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  • We Can Make You a Zinc Top Table Like This For The Advertised Price
    The zinc table is handmade here at UKAA by our experienced joiners
    Our current lead time is approximately 3 weeks
    The chairs in the images are not included in the price, the chairs are available separately (due to the high turnover of the chairs)
  • This particular distressed antiqued zinc table has the specifications: 5ft x 3ft with a 40mm thick top, 80mm radius corners, tapered leg base with a chamfered edge painted in Farrow & Ball - Downpipe and 2 x standard drawers.
  • We also painted our Church chairs for the customer.
  • We include the remaining tin of paint for touching up.
  • For the same price you can have this item in a waxed finish of your choice.
  • The top is made from natural solid zinc and NOT an inferior plated finish. Zinc is ideal to use in kitchens, it is a hard metal that is safe to use in food preparation with the advantage of the more you use the table the better the look.
  • However for an additional cost we have a wide range of options available i.e. drawers, base styles or you design it and we will make it.
  • Please feel free to contact us for any help or advice.
  • Can’t Find What You’re Looking For... Click Here to View Our Other Zinc Top Tables Available

Delivery:

We can deliver this item insured and tracked within mainland UK for £95.00.

We can deliver worldwide please contact the office for a shipping price.

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