CREATES A STUNNING GARDEN SET, ESPECIALLY WITH OUR MARLOW ARMLESS BENCH (AS SHOWN IN THE STOCK SHOT PHOTO) OR THE MARLOW BACKLESS BENCH(BOTH 120 CM LONG). ALTERNATIVELY, MIX IN WITH OUR PROVENCE CHAIRS (AS PER MAIN PHOTO) OR FROM OUR WICKER RANGE, THEBELLINA OR FLORENCE ARMCHAIRS.
Great for family dining, lazy morning coffees with friends or parties in the height of the Summer. The Marlow fine sanded design is a long term favourite in Jo Alexander's teak range and this table will seat eight adults or, if you've got children and their friends to cater for, then three children would fit down each side - always a bonus.
This table will be part of the family for many years to come!
* Produced using A-grade teak plantation timbers
* 50mm hole for parasol
* Slats to enable adequate drainage
* Easy assembly table
BENCHES AND CHAIRS SOLD SEPARATELY
Teak is much sought-after for the rich, warm olive gold colouring of its untreated natural form. We love it because it is beautifully practical. Our ethically sourced fine sanded teak is kiln-dried to endure even the most exposed conditions.
Teak (Tectona grandis) is the jewel in the crown of the tropical species of trees in the Verbenaceae family. Its value is so great that it is often unsustainably farmed due to its unequivocal durability.
We love it because of its naturally hardwearing properties. It is highly resistant to rotting or damage from exposure to the elements such as frost, sun or even snow. Its superior strength makes it perfect for outdoor or high wear furniture. Teak is a close-grained hardwood with naturally high oil content, protecting the wood from the elements requiring less maintenance and making your furniture last for many years.
We don't buy teak without an Indonesian Legal wood certificate. All of our teak is produced in sustainable forestry plantations. We're passionate about leaving the planet in a liveable state for our future grandchildren, and we won't support the business of harvesting trees from ancient woodland. Instead, we source from sustainable teak plantations, where the wood is kiln-dried, making it comparable in durability to timber with ancient growth.