Amish Round Modesto Mission Trestle Table
Diameter: 48" or 54"
Table Top Thickness: 1"
Red Oak (Standard)
Quarter Sawn White Oak top and White Oak Legs
Rustic Cherry Wood with Open Knots Not Filled*
Rustic Cherry Wood with Knots Filled with Black Epoxy*
Rustic Hickory Wood with Open Knots Not Filled*
Rustic Hickory Wood with Knots Filled with Black Epoxy*
Rustic Quarter Sawn White Oak Wood with Open Knots Not Filled*
Rustic Quarter Sawn White Oak Wood with Knots Filled with Black Epoxy*
Rustic Walnut Wood with Knots Filled with Black Epoxy
Rustic Walnut Wood with Open Knots
Solid Top (Standard)
1 - 2 12" Leaves
All Extensions Standard with Skirting
1 1/2" Beveled
1" Clipped Corner
1" Radius Corner
2" Clipped Corner
2" Radius Corner
4" Radius Corner
6" Clipped Corner
Shown in Quarter Sawn White Oak Wood with Michael's Cherry Stain
- Regular Semi Gloss Conversion Varnish
- Flat Matte Sheen Conversion Varnish
- Light Distressing - Customers can expect to receive glazing to replicate a rich natural patina, light distressing, slightly eased edges, nicks and extensive pinholes in the furniture.
-Heavy Distressing - Our ultimate antique finish. Rub-through of the rich patina are masterfully punctuated with another level of extensive nicks, pin holes, eased edges, simulated cracks and other distressing techniques to bespeak several centuries of robust wear and loving care.
The underside of the dining table finished in the same manner as table top.
Live Edge Tabletops are Available. Please call for pricing.
Modesto Mission Round Trestle Table
Our Round Modesto Mission Trestle Table is Amish handcrafted in the USA. Choose from over five different hardwood options as well as two sizes, solid top verses extensions and a variety of finishes. Please call one of our Amish furniture specialists with questions or ordering assistance on this Mission Trestle Table.
The trestle center supports give this dining room table a unique Old World Mission look. The trestle stretcher goes thru the table legs making a nice snug mortise and tenon construction. The trestle table has been a popular table style since the 16th century and has remained a stable in the American kitchen and dining room furnishings. Red Oak Wood and Quarter Sawn White Oak Wood are the most common selection for our trestle tables but we offer a variety of options to fit in with our customers home decor.
*Please allow additional time for complex finishes, upholstered items, and delivery.