10 Year Structural Guarantee
For lacquer based finished tables: 2 pack Polyurethane and 2 pack acrylic finish.
Wipe after use with a damp rag in the direction of the grain to remove finger prints etc.
Best to use a clean dish cloth with warm water and a spot of detergent. Squeeze as much water as possible from the cloth before wiping.
Dry with a soft cloth again in the direction of the timber grain.
Do not use waxes or oils with lacquer finishes.
For Hard wax oil finishes:
Same as for lacquer finishes.
Use Osmo hard wax oil cleaner for spot fixing light scratches and marks. Follow directions
The Allegro dining table is a beautiful design. Its impossible to convey the level of detail that goes into making this timeless piece. Handcrafted in our Adelaide hills factory we deliver them all over Australia, and have made a range of timber combinations for clients. Available in either a solid timber fixed top or 6-10 seat extension tables we also can custom make the size to suit the clients needs.
The Allegro range of timber dining tables are constructed of Tasmanian Messmate. Allegro features River Redgum timber squares inset onto the Tasmanian messmate timber top. Customers can select from a wide range chairs and upholstery fabrics and leathers, and timber stains from our range or matched to a sample.
Our Allegro table can be made either fixed top or from a choice of extension styles. Since the late 70’s we have been making a traditional style of extension table, where the legs slide out with the top exposing a fixed leaf stored in the centre of the table. The advantage is the legs are always at the end of the table and more chairs can be easily be fitted in between. Recently we developed an automatic extension table with an easy to operate folding butterfly extension leaf. Out clients think its brilliant, Light weight and one person can operated it very easily.
An important point to note is that a fixed table will have the timber grain running the length of the table whereas an extension it will usually run across the width. It all has to do with the expansion and contraction of the solid timbers.