Dining Table (English Oval), Reclaimed Hardwood, Sand Cast Brass Base
The English Oval Dining Table that embodies the grandeur of a bygone era. Crafted from rare Ching Chan rosewood sourced from a centuries-old house near the ancient Thai capital of Ayutthaya. The Ching Chan rosewood is renowned for its stunning appearance, with a waxy texture and a deep reddish-brown hue. Throughout history, this prized wood was exclusively reserved for royal and aristocratic families, and was commonly used in decorative furniture throughout Asia. In fact, many of the Ming and Qing dynasty heirlooms have survived in almost mint condition to this day, a testament to the durability of this fine wood.
Our skilled craftsmen worked tirelessly to transform the wood into a sleek and elegant table, carefully shaping the top into an elliptical form that is both practical and visually captivating. We challenged ourselves to hand beveled the edges and then hand-sanded to perfection. To accentuate the natural beauty of the wood, we applied multiple layers of hard wax oil to the tabletop, giving it a subtle shine that will endure for generations.
The multiple layers of hard wax oil applied to the tabletop serve to accentuate the natural grain and beauty of the wood, bringing out its full potential. The rosewood table top floats effortlessly on top of PT12 sand cast brass base, a three-prong base that echoes traditional Victorian style twin pedestal table.
- Top Reclaimed Ching Chan Wood
- Finish Diamond Oiled
- Base PT12 Sand Cast Brass
- Finish Golden Sand
- Size W 302 x D 112 x H 72 cm
- W 118.89 x D 44.09 x H 28.34 in
P. Tendercool is based in Thailand, where a couple of generations ago every house was a wooden one. Thailand was spoiled for choice and many houses were constructed using now rare exotic tropical woods. We made it our mission to score these and turn vintage floors, beams, and pillars into truly unique furniture, created for you, towards your specifications.
We use traditional wood-working techniques and – unless you ask otherwise – refrain from levelling the bottom of a table. Our furniture will more often than not show imperfections we cherish, traces of its past: old wooden pegs, old joinery, some restored holes, all signs of the wood’s previous life.
Our table-bases are sand cast by hand, one by one, by Octogenarian Armando Benato and his team. Armando started working with his uncle when he was fourteen and even worked for artists like Salvador Dalí. Care for a better reference?
Most of our bases are available in Bronze, Brass or Aluminum in a number of finishes. Download our catalogue to learn more.
Don’t worry! We ship about one third of our creations overseas and enjoy a near perfect track-record. Do contact us if you’d have any questions or concerns. We’ll get back to you within 12 hours.
Delivery to the port nearest to you (by sea)
This is the most affordable shipping option. You will need to arrange transport from the nearest port to your (client) home. There are two options:
- With help of a provided customs broker who arranges all the paperwork for you and informs where and when to pick up the crate(s). Since COVID-19 outbreak this custom broker service costs a flat fee of 1,300 US Dollar and is included in our quotation. All other costs are included, except some charges* at destination which cannot be pre-paid.
- With help of a customs broker of your choice who arranges all the paperwork for you and informs where and when to pick up the crate(s). He will invoice you directly. All other costs are included, except some charges* which cannot be pre-paid.
Delivery to your – or your client’s – doorstep (by air or by sea)
A customs broker handles all the paperwork and informs when the shipment is scheduled and when they would deliver. All costs are included except some local charges* at destination which cannot be pre-paid. We will always advise both DHL by air and sea shipping costs.
Note: to date we cannot arrange ‘White Glove’ delivery from Thailand: you should arrange help to uncrate, install and remove packaging. In reality a little pocket money to delivery people can do wonders. For larger items we suggest checking with the customs broker in advance if they are willing to offer that extra service.
Overview of charge* at destination
・ Local VAT (there is no import-tax on our furniture).
・ Merchandise processing fee = 0.3464% of value (USA).
・ Harbor maintenance fee = 0.125% of value (USA).
・ Storage fee (as per receipt, if any).
・ Customs inspection fee (as per receipt, if any).
・ Destination terminal fee (based on warehouse’s tariff which is different for each warehouse at destination port).
Due to COVID-19, there are huge fluctuations in the shipping fees at the moment. Unfortunately for us, we can only secure shipping quotes for a maximum of two weeks. This means that we can only provide an estimate of the shipping quote when you place an order. Once production is nearly completed, we’ll re-assess shipping costs and let you know if there are any changes. We’ll of course do our best to keep shipping as low as possible for you.
We will add 7% VAT for items delivered in Thailand.
・ For payments by credit card, 2% will be added.
・ Since we are based in Thailand our prices are listed in Thai Baht. Listed prices in US Dollar are indicative, will fluctuate with exchange rate.
・ Payment possible in Thai Baht, US Dollar or Euro.