Indiana Ouray Double Trestle Plank Table
Top Thickness: 1 3/8"
Other Sizes Available:
48" x 72"
Rustic Cherry with Knots Filled with Clear Epoxy
Rustic Cherry with Open Knots
Quarter-Sawn White Oak
Rustic Quarter Sawn White Oak with Knots Filled with Clear Epoxy
Rustic Quarter Sawn White Oak with Open Knots
Rustic Hickory Wood with Knots Filled with Clear Epoxy
Rustic Hickory Wood with Open Knots
Amish Handcrafted Furniture
100% Solid Hardwood
1 3/8" Plank Top with Random Saw Marks
Planks Vary In Size
Breadboard Ends with Walnut Plugs
All Plank Tops Have Random Width Boards
1 3/8" Plank Top with No Saw Marks
1" Smooth Top without Planks, Saw Marks, or Breadboards
Mission Edge (Standard and Shown)
3/4" Roundover Edge
No Leaf Lock
Add 1 Leaf Lock
Add 2 Leaf Locks
Add 3 Leaf Locks
Solid Top (Standard)
Standard Extension 16"
1-3 Leaves Available with or Without Skirting
Extensions Have Breadboard Ends with Walnut Plugs
With Extensions, Breadboards also in Center of Table
Can Store 1 Leaf without Skirting
- 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.
Shown in Brown Maple Wood with FC 3173 Stain and Glaze
Indiana Ouray Double Trestle Plank Table with breadboard ends
The Ouray Double Trestle Plank Table is handcrafted by an Old Order Amish woodworker. If you are looking for a unique dining room table or kitchen table then this plank table with breadboard ends and random saw marks is the perfect choice. The wrought iron accent at the base gives it an antique feel with the large sturdy legs. If your prefer not to have a planked top then this is possible.
Hardwood and Finish on Table
Please call one of our Amish furniture specialists to receive wood finish samples. The table is shown in brown maple wood with our FC 3173 glazed finish but other woods available are red oak, brown maple, wormy maple, quarter sawn white oak, rustic cherry, cherry, elm and walnut. Custom stain matching is also available if you are matching this to existing dining room furniture or antiques. Our matte varnish is a popular choice for our DutchCrafters trestle tables.
Sizes Available on TableThis table comes standard in a 42" wide by 72" long but you can also choose our large 48" by 72" long. Custom sizes are available by calling us for a custom furniture quote. The height on this table is 30" and the table top thickness is a nice 1 3/8". You can order this table with a solid planked top or as an extension table with the option of ordering up to three 16" leaves. With all three extensions, this will increase the size of the table by 4'. One of the leaves can self-store without skirting on.
Complementary Furniture PiecesThis rustic table looks great with two of our matching Indiana Ouray Benches
on each side to complete the dining room set. We also have our stunning Amish Hardwood Indiana Ouray Dining Chairs.
This Amish furniture will bring a wow from your guests as they check out your new dining room furniture.
Check out the Indiana Ouray Double Pedestal Table with a live edge if you would like a more rustic, contemporary look.
History of the Trestle Table
Trestle tables are traditionally a plank board style top with two or three trestle bases to support the plank top. In the medieval times, trestle tables were built so that they could easily be transported and stored when not in use. Today we would call this a folding table or collapsible table.
The trestle table was the most popular table until the gateleg table made its debut in the 16th century. Trestle tables and pedestal tables remain popular today for their beauty and also the fact that guests don't need to work their seating around table legs.
Trestle tables traditional have a stretcher connecting the trestles at the ends. This stretcher is often hardwood but can be other materials such the wrought iron stretcher in the Indiana Ouray Trestle table. The stretchers then go through the trestles creating a keyed tenon for added strength and durability. Mortise and tenon construction is popular in our Amish furniture construction and is a technique that has been around since the beginning of furniture construction thousands of years ago.
*Please allow additional time for complex finishes, upholstered items, and delivery.