the trestle server is derived from the trestle table and makes the perfect accompaniment to it for outdoor entertaining. it consists of a pair of forged legs of riveted heavy flat section steel.
a flat section cross brace stabilizes the trestles.
all components are riveted together.
table surface of planks cleated on the underside, with 4 steel brackets on the sides to locate and hold the surface in place.
design – derived from trestle table. hope 2009
availability 2-3 weeks
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select frame finish below to buy online.
metal components are acid-dipped and left to oxidise (rust).
they are brushed down and coated with a waxsealer to prevent brush off marks.
NOTE: this finish will leave rust marks on paving and is not recommended for coastal situations.
metal components are hot dip galvanised, but unpainted.
they are bright and silver when new, but soon assume a soft lead grey colour as they age.
this finish is recommended for furniture in close proximity to the sea.
* timbers are subject to availability
-an australian timber which is a highly regarded hard wood, renown for its use in extreme conditions outside.
-FCS forested timber.
-extremely stable and naturally resistant to boring insects.
-dark reddish brown to light brown and pink in colour
-it will assume a silver grey colour similar to that of teak in approx. 12 months, when left untreated and exposed to the elements.
-generally clear grained, it is occasionally marked with characteristic resin pocket
-a tropical wood sustainably forested in South America.
-an extremely robust wood commonly used in exterior timber construction
-slightly browner than Jarrah with a very similar in appearance and working properties.
-a dense and hard species which is hard-wearing with a surface texture that finishes well to a deep rich colour.
-the wood resists colour change but will eventually fade to grey.
-a notable difference with this timber is that is is extremely clear with no signs of resin pockets