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RECLAIMED TEAK CROSS LEG

Built from a tropical hardwood with a durability that’s made it the timber of choice for generations, our Reclaimed Teak Cross Leg is our favourite outdoor dining table. It is also one of the most popular pieces in our collection. Elegant by design with a stylish cross leg base, rich natural finish and superb craftsmanship, it’s no wonder this all-weather alfresco essential is in constant high demand. But there are so many more reasons why we love this teak table.

Our favourite table: reclaimed teak - it has a story to tell

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IT HAS A STORY TO TELL

We sustainably source our reclaimed teak from Cirebon, a historic port city in West Java, Indonesia, where it once had a life as a building, school or jetty. Rescuing this type of timber is a more expensive process, but one we think is worth the effort.

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There’s nothing else like it

Each plank of timber comes in a different size and shape, with its own unique marks, dents and imperfections, which add to its character and charm.

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It can handle any situation

Teak wood is rich in natural oils, which acts as a natural preservative, making it an ideal all-weather wood.

Our Favourite Table: Reclaimed Teak - it's really strong

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It’s really strong

Recycled teak furniture is made from timber planks that can be up to 100 years old. With this ageing process comes an extra level of durability and strength that newly cut timber just can’t compete with.

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It’s eco-friendly

There’s nothing better than giving timber a second life. Choosing recycled wood means not a single tree is cut down in the process, reducing deforestation and our overall carbon footprint.

MORE IN-STORE AT EARLY SETTLER

Visit us online or in-store at Early Settler to check out our favourite table. The Reclaimed Teak Cross Leg Table comes in 3 sizes, including 260cm, 320cm and a whopping 400cm entertainer. And don’t miss the 5 benefits of bamboo and our story on eco-friendly eucalyptus wood.

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