The trestle table shown here is crafted of Pennsylvania cherry. We also offer this design in walnut or oak.
We’ve named this trestle table after A.W.N. Pugin, the principal architect of Westminster Palace. Pugin designed many of the furnishings in Westminster Palace in the Gothic Revival style.
Typical of our workshop, the construction of the table base features mortise and tenon joinery with a through dovetail batten.
We finish everything with a natural oil and wax treatment; the top surface is finished with a hand-rubbed catalyzed varnish for durability.
We have made versions of this table in many sizes including a very large double wide version shown below.
We will be happy to adjust the dimensions to the size most suitable for your dining room, study, or office.
Please visit our showroom at 137 Varick St in New York City or call us at 212 620 4682 and work with our expert design team 7 days a week.