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Dining Table Kit - Mission Style

30″ x 30″ x 48″ Part #50001 Dining Table Kit - Mission Style
Material Price Each Quantity

Traditional Selection

•  Soft Maple (paintgrade) $597.61  ea
•  Red Oak $744.81  ea
•  Knotty Pine $514.58  ea
•  Cherry $992.67  ea

Premium Selection

•  Alder $689.77  ea
•  Hard Maple $919.69  ea
•  Black Walnut $1,251.21  ea

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The Mission Dining Table Kit will include:

•    Hand Crafted Table Top

•    Quality Table Base Skirting Set

•    Four Mission Style Dining Table Legs

•    All Hardware Needed for Assembly

•    Wooden Corner Blocks
Benefits of Ordering an Osborne Full Table Kit:

•    100% Solid Wood Product

•    Unfinished in Seven Different Wood Types

•    High Quality Joint Construction (Mortise and Tenon)

•    Simple Assembly Process

•    All Necessary Pieces Included


All of our products come unfinished, allowing our customers to creatively design and finish our quality tables to best fit the design. (Please Note that all table kits come unassembled.) This item must be shipped via Common Carrier.

Leadtime: 3 business days


Brief History:
Mission style furniture became quite popular in the 1890s. As a response to the embellished furnishings of the Victorian Era, Mission style furniture represented the simplicity and values that America was known for. Mission style furniture was simple and featured square supports. The furniture often appeared heavy, and was considered to be rustic in style. The style thrives on oversized décor, as would appear in farmhouses in the early United States.

Osborne Mission Style Dining Table:
The Mission Style Table, like those in the past, features a square style with a hand-made appearance. The Mission style legs are hand carved from one of seven species of wood. The 30 x 48 x 30 inch table is a perfect size for an intimate dining space; adding a rustic farmhouse feel, with the traditional styles of early America and Great Britain.