A contemporary interpretation of an antique design, the Half Moon server is elegant and classical in its aesthetic, whilst maintaining a contemporary edge.
Made from Solid White Oak and finished with a natural sealant the Half Moon Console Table displays the high level of craftsmanship and skill necessary to construct a piece of furniture of this complexity.
This piece is available in Oak, either with a grey oil, natural or gunmetal grey finish, in Ash in dark charcoal finish, and in Walnut with a clear oil finish.
Available in the following two sizes:
47" L x 16" D x 29.5" H / 1200 x 400 x 750mm 59" L x 19.5" D x 29.5" H / 1500 x 500 x 750mm
The Half Moon Server is available in the following finishes:
In order to retain the natural finish of the timber we keep the number of protective coats to a minimum. Although this does add to the aesthetic appeal of the product, highlighting the natural qualities of solid wood, it does mean that the finish is not impervious to damage and staining. However, if you follow the instructions laid out below, it should be sufficient for normal use.
After use, wipe down the wood surfaces with a slightly damp cloth to preserve and protect the wood coating. Dry with another cloth if a lot of water remains. Do not expose these products for any extent of time to pools of water. If the products get wet you should dry them off as soon as possible.
If exposed to wine, vinegar and oils / oily food for an extended period of time the wood will stain. To avoid stains, wipe up spills directly with a slightly damp cloth and then dry. Spills should not be left overnight as they will sink in and mark.
Placing hot items on the wood may result in damage or burning. We recommend that you use coasters, and protect the table tops from hot dishes.
The solid wood will react to the sunlight, temperature changes, and moisture in the air, causing the wood to move and warp. Exposure to UV will cause yellowing of the timber and surface cracking.
Air-conditioning dries the air around it, which in turn will dry the timber causing it to crack and warp. Use a humidifier to counteract these effects.