Annual Dining Sale
From now until February 28, 2017, we're offering a 15% savings on all dining room furniture, including Dining Tables, Dining Seating, and Dining Sideboards/Cases.
To purchase, visit any of our showrooms, call 800.862.1973, or click to select an item at the right and then click the "Add to Shopping Cart" button and use promotion code FEB17 at checkout. Visit thosmoser.com/sale for sale details.
Sale pricing applies to new orders only, and cannot be combined with other promotional offers or discounts. Sale price of 15% will be shown at checkout when using promotion code FEB17. Sale ends February 28, 2017. CLICK HERE for additional details.
The mid-1800s was a time of enormous social upheaval in central Europe that preceded several revolutions. On the design front, a streamlined aesthetic was emerging that resonated with a burgeoning middle class and was epitomized by the Federal Style in the United States, by the Regency Style in England, and by Biedermeier in Germany. The name Biedermeier is actually a pseudonym for two individuals, but it has come to represent a rebellion against ostentation and the use of highly taxed luxury wood (like mahogany), along with resurgence of clean minimalism (and populist wood, such as walnut and cherry) that has remained relevant to this day.
The Bremen Table is named in honor of the famous German town—and the less famous town of the same name here in Maine, a salute to a design continuum that connects our lands metaphorically. This table is inspired by the simplicity of true Biedermeier design while maintaining the fundamental Moser principles of hand labor and meticulous attention to detail.
Drawing on the success of the Vita Dining Table, Tom’s design of the Bremen Table incorporates a veneered top which is laid out in a starburst pattern. This detail provides a prominent visual interest to complement the minimalist design.
Available in two sizes to accommodate up to 6 or 8 people, this table can be ordered in cherry or walnut (shown).