Harvest Table

$4,825.00 - $6,050.00

Inspired by the simple purity of Shaker design, the Harvest Table is aptly named: it would welcome a harvest celebration, sharing the season’s abundance with a large group of eager celebrants. Handmade in cherry or walnut, the table is economical in its design, with long leaves on either side that fold to maximize space when not in use.

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Product Information

SKU HT6 [n/a]

Large: 30"H x 27"W extending to 45"W x 72"L
Medium: 30"H x 27"W extending to 45"W x 60"L
Small: 30"H x 27"W extending to 45"W x 48"L


Cherry, Walnut

Table Width

48", 60", 72"


Tom Moser

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The Harvest Table is notable for its use of the rule joint, which runs the length of each side – and is fully exposed when the leaves are stowed. The table’s simplicity belies its complex joinery, which permits two pull out arms that support the leaves without consuming valuable sitting space when the leaves are up. Designed to provide seating for eight in an area of only four by eight feet, the Harvest Table is ideal for narrow rooms.

The legs of the table are Shaker-style, rising from their narrowest point at the floor to their junction with the table’s interior skirt. The skirt fastens to the legs, stabilizing the table for use and longevity.

The tabletop is an exercise in functional beauty. Made of matching cherry or walnut planks, the raised leaves form an almost seamless surface that celebrates the wood’s natural grain. The meticulous hand finish showcases the wood’s beauty while protecting the surface through countless meals – for countless generations.

The Harvest Table is a companionable piece, with simple lines that integrate with most seating choices.

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