welsh mountain

The Welsh Mountain of Lancaster County is a large, sprawling wilderness area that has a rich history. This area was for many years considered a lawless region, with its inhabitants living somewhat outside the law. The mountain has been a fixture of Lancaster County life ever since the 1700's and continues to be the most prominent wilderness area left in the county. 

 
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Overview

The Welsh Mountain Table shares some similarities with its namesake. Large, unyielding, timeless and a little lawless. This table is crafted out of twin, "bookmatched" live edge pieces of American Elm. The huge table measures more than 8 feet long and 52" wide. The massive slabs are a hefty 4" thick, offset and balanced by a large, square metal base in rustic steel. 

Dimensions: 56W x 105L x 30H"

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Wood

Live-edge, bookmatched Elm is the staple of this collection. Although the collection is available in other wood species as well, the signature piece features live-edge Elm from Lancaster, PA. The finish is an Asbury stain. 

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Steel 

A table top as massive as this one needs an equally impressive base. The heavy square tubing and exposed welds contrast with the Elm top to make a statement that won't soon be forgotten.