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How thick should a dining table be?

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How thick should a dining table be?
How thick a dining table should be varies. Many tables feature tops that are between 0.75 and 1 inch in thickness. However, some tables may have tops that are up to 2 inches thick. Typically, tables with thicker tops will have a more rustic appearance. Shop a large selection of dining tables on 1stDibs.
1stDibs ExpertMarch 13, 2024
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Arthur Court Saguaro Aluminum Double Pedestal Dining Table
Located in Rio Vista, CA
Dramatic post-modern style double pedestal dining table designed by Arthur Court. The Saguaro table features a sculptural aluminum frame construction having three conjoined legs. Eac...
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20th Century North American Mid-Century Modern Dining Room Tables

Materials

Aluminum

Crystal LC6 Table by Le Corbusier, Jeanneret and Perriand for Cassina
Located in Dronten, NL
LC6 table designed by Le Corbusier, Pierre Jeanneret and Charlotte Perriand. Marked, signed and numbered on the frame, this table has the most desirable crystal textured top. The tab...
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1990s Italian Mid-Century Modern Dining Room Tables

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Crystal, Aluminum

French Louis XVI Style Extension Cherrywood Dining Table
Located in Dallas, TX
A French Louis XVI style extension cherrywood dining table with bronze molding. This beautiful table is very versatile with three leaves with an apron that can be removed to make se...
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Mid-20th Century French Louis XVI Dining Room Tables

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Bronze

Warren Platner for Knoll Center Table in Glass and Steel
Located in Waalwijk, NL
Warren Platner for Knoll, dining table, glass and chrome-plated metal, United States, circa 1966 This iconic center table by Warren Platner (1919-2006) is created by welding curved...
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Vintage 1960s American Mid-Century Modern Dining Room Tables

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Metal, Chrome

French Oak Dining Table by Guillerme & Chambron
Located in Los Angeles, CA
Incredible and rare table by Robert Guillerme and Jacques Chambron from France, 1950's. Rectangular top with curved wood legs and wood joint details on base. Solid table in original...
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Mid-20th Century French Dining Room Tables

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Oak

Mortise & Tenon Dining Table
Located in Los Angeles, CA
Large wood dining table from from France circa 1900 with a mortise and tenon trieste base. Visible wear on wood throughout that is consistent with age and use.
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Early 20th Century French Dining Room Tables

Materials

Wood

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