The Belmont extension table is manufactured in Solid timber with a hard wearing ash veneer, these tables are incredibly durable, comfortable and functional.
With a simple mechanism, the table opens from a 1300 x 800 (4 seater) to 1625 x 800 (6 seater), easily accommodating extra people when needed.
The Belmont is supplied 'Knock down' , which means some assembly will be required on site.
The table is 1050 Round when not extended and it extends to 1380 Oval shape. This table is not recommended for Commercial environments due to moving parts. Ideal for retirement or apartment living.
Antique Maple (Low stock)
Price includes shipping, which will be added at checkout. You can also choose pickup in Epping VIC.
These are supplied in flat pack - some assembly required on site (attaching legs).
Despatch will be approximately 2 weeks from date of order if the products are in stock. Stock does change from time to time, so please contact us on 03 9408 9710 if it is urgent, or email us email@example.com for exact lead times. If the product you order is out of stock, we will phone you to let you know.
Solid timber (rubberwood).
Hardwood & Rubberwood timber products are finished with a premium furniture lacquer. Cleaning should only be carried out using lukewarm water and a soft cloth. If absolutely necessary, a diluted mild detergent will not harm the surface, but any residue must be wiped off. Excess water may cause surface deterioration if applied regularly. The timber surface is heat and alcohol resistant only. Wood Veneer products - Wood Veneer is a thin sheet of natural wood that covers the surface of some types of furniture providing the look of hardwood furniture. The durability of wood varies depending on the type of wood it’s made from, and it requires gentle care to preserve the finish. Clean it with mild products and avoid the use of wax or oil-based polishes to prevent buildup. Keep wood veneer furniture out of direct sunlight to prevent fading and use beverage coasters to prevent water damage. 1. Use a damp cotton or microfibre cloth with water and wring it out. Wipe the wood veneer, following the direction of the wood grain, to remove any light dust, debris or residue. Wipe the veneer with a dry cotton or microfibre cloth to dry it. 2. Remove tough dirt or residue from wood veneer with a mixture of 1 teaspoon of oil soap or mild soap flakes with 2 cups of warm water. Dip a cotton or microfibre cloth into the solution and wring it out. Wipe the wood veneer in small sections to clean it thoroughly. 3. Rinse the cloth thoroughly with water and wring it out. Wipe the wood veneer with the cloth to remove any soap residue. Dry the wood veneer with a clean, dry cloth. Tip: Dust wood veneer regularly with a dry, soft cloth to keep it looking its best. Warning: Don’t use oil or ammonia-based products on wood veneer as they can damage the surface or create a cloudy finish. For ALL timber products (Hardwood & Veneer) - do not place any hot items directly on the surface. All spills should be removed as soon as possible. Please do not use any alcohol, spirit or silicone-based cleaning products as these will cause surface deterioration. Nail polish or nail polish remover will destroy the timber surface. Take care when placing unglazed ceramics as they may scratch the surface. Do not leave your furniture in direct sunlight for extended periods as the timber may split or warp and the polish may crack or discolour. Coasters and mats may leave a ‘shadow’ if left in one position for lengthy periods. Do not place furniture in the direct path of airconditioners or close to heaters. A little common sense and maintenance will ensure you have many years of service from your chosen product.
Handling - Our furniture is not designed to be dragged along the floor at anytime, it should only be lifted and moved with care.