With its unique joinery and use of Antiqued Brass and American Walnut finished with hand-rubbed Tung Oil, the Kerf Hall Table is an intrepid piece of design that complements any modern interior.
The Kerf Hall Table gets its name from the slit made by cutting with a saw, this is known as the ‘kerf’. The table depends on these kerfs, as the legs and tabletop are supported by interlocking brass plates.
The brass intersects and crosses through the tops of each leg adding detail and celebrating the novel joinery.
Finished in American Walnut with Antiqued Brass details.
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