Pitch pine has dark and resinous lines contrasting with the pale
honey colour you would expect from pine, and the lines are normally
significantly thicker than pine. Renowned for being hard-wearing and one of the hardest pines, this timber is warm with a prominent grain.
Look and Feel
Each table has been sanded back from the original varnished patina and naturally weathered before being oiled and waxed to create a rough sawn appearance that matches our smaller Industrial Rounds.
Our widest round table, these beauties measure 183cm in diameter, or 6ft.
This timber was retrieved during a recent renovation of The Empire Hotel in Bath. A designated Grade II listed building built in 1901, it was designed
by the Bath City Architect Major Charles Edward Davis for the
hotelier Alfred Holland and built from Bath Stone; the timber
panelling had been aged there for over 100 years.
“Worry about being better; bigger will take care of itself.”
– Gary Comer