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Xtable is a companion piece to the Achair, utilising the same unique tubular rivets and straight from the saw finish. It’s form affords maximum leg room whilst the three legged footprint even makes it stable on uneven floors.

Made from steam bent UK ash, it has a 10 mm thick toughened glass top which is mounted on specially made UV resistant rubber suckers; which not only make positioning and removal of the top very simple, but also absorb the sound often associated with glass table tops. By using the leg frames in pairs, larger rectangular or elliptical tops can be used.

1.3m diameter glass top

Scandinavian style natural soap finish as standard.

All of our products come with free delivery to mainland UK.

If you live outside the UK mainland and would like to make a purchase, please contact us using the Ask a Question” tab for details on additional delivery costs.

You have 14 days from receiving the product to notify Sable & Ox if you wish to return an item. Please note that pieces commissioned to your specific requirements, or items with a broken hygiene seal cannot be returned unless found to be faulty.

Take note that all of our products are packaged and shipped by the artist and not by Sable & Ox.

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Xtable - Steam Bent Ash Table BY David Colwell

Xtable is a Companion Piece to the Achair

Beautiful Design with Maximum Legroom

Table Diameter is 130cm

Securely Despatched & Fully Insured Free Delivery
£1,800.00

Available For Order


Due to the complexity and high quality of Davids Designs, some items can take up to 8 weeks for delivery

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