Zurich oak extending dining table

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Zurich oak extending dining table H76 cm

Was £1,960

Special Price Excl. VAT: £1,470 Incl. VAT: £1,764

Availability: Approx. 8 weeks

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Was £1,960

Special Price Excl. VAT: £1,470 Incl. VAT: £1,764


Description / Specification

The Zurich table design is based on our best selling Como style with slender, rounded and tapered legs that fit flush to the corners. With a few key features this extending table makes adding extra seats a doddle. The leg section rolls out to reveal internally stored extension leaf/leaves. Open 1 or 2 leaves (depending on the size of the table) to add 2-4 seats as required. The Zurich features beautifully rounded corners on the butterfly leaves and small castors on the sliding leg section. Leaf sizes vary from 50cm, 80cm - please note sizes and options below. The Zurich can be made with a Fenix top and solid timber base - oak or walnut.

Finish Nanotech matt material - learn more
Materials Fenix NTM top and legs in 100% solid wood
Size H76 cm
Assembly Legs removed for delivery.


Furniture, 2 man delivery / Assembly included
£60 within M25 / From £90 rest of UK
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Our Environmental rating guide has three big aims:

1. To minimise any damaging effect on the environment contributed to by our business.

2. Transparency for customers - raising awareness of environmental and ethical issues in our everyday purchases.

3. To constantly put pressure on suppliers & improve furniture industry practices.

We assess three key aspects of the furniture process for most of our products and grade each area out of three stars.

Raw Materials

We look at the provenance of timber to ensure it’s legal and not endangered, see if it’s COC certified by the FSC or PEFC and where it is grown. We consider the ability for a product to be recycled or reused at the end of its life. For any non-sustainable elements (E.G. metal table extension mechanisms), we consider how many years likely usage the element will achieve.

Workshop practices

We visit our workshops to see first-hand how they are managed. We assess employment practices as defined by International Labour Organisation but also regional regulations (EU standards or equivalent area of developed regulation) and whether measures such as Zero waste facilities are in use. Most of our workshops are smaller family owned businesses where we can actively encourage ways of improving practices – like moving to water based glues/stains.

Furniture miles & packaging

We don’t use air freight. Most of our furniture is transported from Europe by road. We are embarking on a Carbon Balance programme for our transportation from the workshops to our customers’ homes through The World Land Trust’s land conservation scheme, which protects the world’s most biologically important and threatened habitats. Our packaging has to be robust to protect our products, but we are always looking for new ways to use recycled or recyclable products.

Noteworthy commitment

Finally we consider a final star for any extra, non-essential steps that our workshops take to limit their impact on the natural and social environment for no other reason than it’s the responsible thing to do. For example community and charitable work.

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