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The Hundred Year Table

Assembles in minutes,

lasts a lifetime.

Brought to you by:

The world's first carbon negative furniture company.


6-8 Seater (shown in photos):
76" L x 33" W x 29" H

4-6 Seater:
60" L x 33" W x 29" H

Solid maple hardwood top, with architecture grade steel in a durable black powder coat.

This product is very sturdy.

No tools needed to assemble, just your hands.

The top is finished with Rubio Monocoat, a zero V.O.C. oil and wax finish. It's meant to withstand daily use, but please treat your fine wood with care by using coasters and cleaning spills immediately.

The table is comprised of 3 total pieces - 2 pairs of steel legs and the wood tabletop. The wood table top folds in half using underside hinges.

Free shipping within continental U.S.

Your package ships via UPS Ground in three boxes, one for the top (54 lbs.) and one for each pair of legs (25 lbs.).

We kindly do not accept returns on this product. Here's why:

Returns account for up to 30% of all transactions within the entire e-commerce industry. The environmental cost is profound. We make an incredible product focused on genuine sustainability and do our best to communicate everything you need to know to make a confident choice. A choice that can be about more than just a table.

We're here for you. If you have any issues, questions, or concerns, you can always reach out.

We're doing things the right way:

Climate positive

We remove more carbon than we create.

Sustainably Produced

Close-to-the-source production and distribution from sustainably managed forests.

Pro Labor Rights

Unionized manufacturing in the U.S.A.

Non-toxic

Our products don't off-gas formaldehyde and our finishes are zero V.O.C.

Head of Marble was founded by an independent designer.

That's me.

I'm just a little guy taking on the Big Guys.

Like David and Goliath.

And if you care about who you buy from know this:

There's no corporation doing what we're doing.

Sincerely,

Mark Samsonovich

Founder

Head of Marble

p.s. that wasn't a stock "nature" photo.

Here's more photos from an incredible hike in the Goat Rocks Wilderness.