A very large 5 plank solid oak table to seat 1up to 14 mounted on two triangular three post frames connected by an oak ribbed centre spine. The planks are held together by stainless steel bolts embedded in the plank edges. Each bolt bed is closed with a removable ebony butterfly. The outer planks rounded lips are moulded from each solid plank, giving a finesse feel to this beautiful interpretation of traditional refectory style tables.
This wonderful table was commissioned for a council meeting chamber in Devon
David Savage was renowned for his design and craftsmanship. It was his emphasis on the emanation of Soul in each crafted piece of furniture that elevated him to the pinnacle of cratsmanship. .His school at Rowden Atelier in Bideford carries on his ethos.
The table was dismantled with one tenon damaged.