The Versailles dining table is made out of natural Oak Wood. Definitely a statement furniture that draws attention with the old world design. Starts with a round table edge with a diameter of 110cm for 4 persons, and can be extended with 4 extensions of each 40cm wide into a dining table of 270cm long that seats easily 10 person. Ideally combined with the Montreal Dining Chair. Made in Belgium Brand : PR-Living Model : Dining Table Material : Solid Oak Colour : Weathered Oak Dimensions (cm) : Length 270 x Width 110 x Height 78 Solid Wood FurnitureSolid wood is a natural product, it is not a uniform or homogeneous material. Each tree, each piece of solid wood has its own unique growth. Therefore, pieces of furniture made of solid wood have special features and are unique, industrial products. The characteristics of these materials are: colour and texture varieties, adhesions, irregularities, dents (of branches), resin pockets, hair and diagonal lines, as well as tension (twirls) which are unique for each and every type of wood and growth region. These are authenticity marks which give the wood its natural beauty & in turn makes each piece of furniture a unique item. Wood always works, tensions in wood can cause warp and pulling of the wood cannot be excluded.Unique Wood DetailingThe life of a tree is characterized in its own unique way of growth and is reflected in its design, texture and colour. No tree is the same, like no human being has the same finger print. These nature and growth properties turn each piece of furniture made from genuine wood into a unique piece of furniture with a similar but yet different look.Care InstructionsStains need to be cleaned right away. It is of utmost importance that spilled fluids (for example juice) are immediately absorbed with kitchen paper or a piece of cloth. No rubbing! Because the fluid will penetrate into the surface.In order to enjoy your piece of furniture as long as possible it is important to maintain it on a regular basis. It only takes a minor effort, regular dusting with a soft piece of cloth or with a damp shammy leather in the direction of the grains is more than sufficient.