The dining table is made from aged wood that has been reclaimed from nineteenth and twentieth-century buildings across eastern Europe.
Some tables are made from aged Quercus Ilex evergreen oak tree beams and planks sourced from a 1880s disused barn in Croatia.
The tables are also made from raw stainless steel topped with a rust-proof varnish, made by metalworkers in Lille, France.
Each dining table comes with a registration plate that allows users to trace the provenance of the table’s solid oak beams, which is accessed through the NFC function on smartphones.
The Bocuse dining table is made without the use of wood varnishes or artificial products, which means the natural appearance and texture of wood will be retained over time.
The table is suitable for both indoor and outdoor use and can be custom ordered to suit any interior.
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