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When choosing a design that will reflect a delicate country feel it is important that the wooden table leg be one of rich heritage and character. But don't confuse a leg with character with one that features intricate detailing and design. Sometimes the most subtle styles say the most about a design and the Heritage Dining Table Leg is the ideal example of this.
With country charm dating back to the 1500s, this profile is full of character and style. The simple turning features a gentle taper that continues into a strategically placed bottom square. The block can be used for a rail, shelving or other unique application within your design. A delicate foot sits just below the bottom block, finishing the leg design with style. At 2 1/2" wide this leg may seem small, but it is sturdy and structurally sound. It is 29" tall which is standard for dining table or desk builds. The piece is a great addition to a project requesting a "dainty feel" or for a formal table in a smaller space.
This piece flawlessly complements the Heritage Coffee Table Leg (Part #1316). This 18" leg doubles as a bench support and can be used alongside the dining table leg to create a matching set. All of our wooden table legs come unfinished and sanded to 150 grit. With numerous types to choose from, you have plenty of flexibility when it comes to your design.
18" × 2 1/2" ×
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English Country Island Leg
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The appearance and quality of the table leg is excellent. I am using them on a large computer work table, but they of course would be great on a dining table as well.
Using the legs on a butcher block table.