The Refectory Table

A refectory table was used originally for dining in monasteries in Medieval times. In the Late Middle Ages the table gradually became a banqueting or feasting table in castles and other noble residences.

Our version is faithful to the original designs with great turned legs of solid teak holding up a great slab of African hardwood.

Our standard size id an 8-seater, but other sizes can be ordered on request.

Sizes & weights
Height Width length Weight.
8 seater 750mm 1000mm 2400mm 198 kg
Material used
Zambezi Teak. An exceptionally hard wood with beautiful colour and grain.
Finishes available
  • The standard finish is a lacquer finish for a more refined indoor look.
  • An oil finish is also available, ideal for both indoor and outdoor environments