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The Flinders Table

A table, is a centre piece to every home. It is the perfect canvas for conversations and celebrations  and to not only share food on, but to create memories long after the last plate has been cleared.

At Christopher Scott, we believe in quality Australian made products that future generations will thank you for.

Introducing, The Flinders Table.

A Modern Refectory table, where you can choose the timber and the size to suit your needs.




To celebrate the Flinders Table, we have created using this design a very rare piece.  Featuring two book matched boards from a tree that grew locally in Warragul.  An incredible table and a great story to have within your home.

This piece has been sold. 





The timber was milled in 1994 and has had 21 years of air drying time and is extremely stable.  Two stitching dovetails have been added, to ensure the wild timber never runs.  A truly unique piece and one that will be enjoyed for many generations to come.


To create your very own Flinders Table, please do not hesitate in  Contacting us






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