Andrew Nebbett Designs was contacted by an existing client looking for a smaller version of our zinc or copper top tables.
Delighted to be working with this client again, we discussed in detail, the requirements of their end clients in Germany, and through the aid of our 3D visualisation service, we were able to produce quick and simple views from different perspectives, helping them understand the space and agree furniture proportions.
The clients had chosen a hand patinated antique brass finish and samples were sent out for them to approve.
Measuring 1.4m in length (our standard tables measure between 1.8m and 2.3m) and with cast iron bases, this bespoke dining table was hand wrapped in sheet brass, and shaped to create the bull-nose edges. These soft sweeping curves are achieved by cutting the copper precisely at the corners, then forming and soldering them together (a little bit like segments of an orange) to create beautifully wrapped curved edges and corners. Hand-swaged joints are incorporated to form the unique body of the table top. (We joint the top to reduce the visible effects of expansion of the metal caused by temperature changes within the room.) The patinated finish is bespoke, creating its own engaging and individual personality.
The final result was a very elegant bijoux dining table, and very happy clients!
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Made To Measure Brass Dining Table
Whether you’re seeking a small, medium or large metal top dining table, our team will help you design one that’s ‘just right’. Choose from a range of finishes and styles to suit your interior scheme.
Bespoke Dining Table Design
Work with our design team to create your exclusive dining table design. Taking your inspiration and key characteristics, you can tailor the finish to make your own stunningly unique piece.
Custom-Made Metal Table Tops
Through our highly skilled craftsman, our copper and zinc top tables (and other metals) are individually hand aged, patinated and finished to match your style. Did you know that we can even add small surface imperfections (such as dings and dents) to suggest wear and use! This means any surface scratches or dents that are made through real use are less noticeable!?