Trailway Adirondack Pub Table
Description: The Adirondack pub table is handcrafted by the Amish and is reminiscent of pub tables that could be found in resort towns throughout upper state New York and the summer homes in the Adirondack mountains around the late 1800's and early 1900's. These pub tables would be mostly used for socializing and gaming by families and guests as well as in hotels, clubs, and meeting houses. The white washed or colored stain used on the legs provides a beautiful contrast to the solid wood top shown here in a neutral or natural finish. These tables were built to last for generations and can still be seen in summer homes throughout upstate New York. You can customize your Adirondack pub table with different woods and stains, and can change the look by also using different styles of legs from different furniture periods.
42" x 42" Solid Top, Many Sizes Available
Kinds of Wood: Cherry, Rustic Cherry, Sap Cherry, Brown Maple, Wormy Maple, Red Oak, White Oak, Quarter Sawn White Oak, Rustic Quarter Sawn White Oak, Elm, Hickory, Walnut
Made in the U.S.A.
*Price shown is for Red Oak or Brown Maple. Other wood species may cost more. Prices subject to change.