**SALE** CARL HANSEN & SØN | CH337 Dining Table (extendable) | Hans J. Wegner | Available in 4 to 8 weeks*
**Oak version currently 20% OFF - Email me for full details of the offer and a personalised quote. Thank You! Laurence**
Perfectly designed for flexible dining
Hans J. Wegner designed the beautiful, solid wood CH337 table concept in 1962. The CH337 is ideal for smaller spaces, and can easily be extended to allow for a range of dining needs.
The CH337 dining table, designed by Hans J. Wegner in 1962 in beautiful materials, is ideal for both everyday use and for entertaining. The core design, characterized by its seamless fusion of organic, geometric forms and perfect detailing, features an oval tabletop and rounded legs that elegantly taper toward the floor. The solid wood tabletop adds depth and personality to the design and means that each CH337 table is unique. The CH337 table forms part of a series, all designed by Wegner – with tables in three different sizes. All are also available with insert leaves. The table series fits most spaces and allows for easy adjustment to suit any occasion.
Collection or local delivery (within 25 miles of Tetbury) is FREE. Beyond that, please contact us for a quote for delivery. We will find the best solution and may well still be able to offer free delivery depending on your location.
Order online with us if you are happy to proceed, or if you'd like further information, then why not call into our Tetbury store for a coffee and a chat. Please also feel free to get in touch via 01666 838524 or email@example.com with any questions you have.
*Oak Soap / Oak Oil Table without a solid wood leaf is available in 4 weeks.
Beech, Oak or Walnut (sample swatches available in store)
Soap, Oil, White Oil finishes available, depending on wood selected.
Table top: solid wood | Table base: solid wood
(Leaves available to order in solid wood to match the table (8 week delivery), or MDF in grey or black (4 week delivery). Please note that if the table is ordered with more than one solid wood leaf, only one leaf is produced from the exact same wood as the table top. Minor variations may occur on the 2nd leaf)