Hure Dining Table
The Hure Table was inspired by a love of the old cast iron bases made from the late 1800s to the 1940s. A French machinist named P. Hure built many different lathes and milling machines that stood on bases like these. They are rare and very hard to find – especially in America – so we built this base as a tribute to Hure’s designs.
Entirely handcrafted, these tables are rich in character and elegance with massive yet curvy lines. The base is built with 1/4" thick steel in the heaviest gauge we’ve used to date. The large connecting screw has a 2" diameter with a 3" nut that holds the two bases together. The Hure is equally at home in a residential or commercial setting, from dining table configuration to conference table to restaurant use.
The Hure Table can be ordered in a choice of metal or wood tops. It is an adaptable design that can be customized to a wide range of specifications to fit your individual commercial or residential needs. For more information, please see Product Details below.
Base price includes a 96" x 40" veneer top (oak, alder, walnut) with hardwood edge in dining height.
96" long x 40" wide x 30" high (dining height)
96" long x 40" wide x 42" high (bar height)
120" long x 48" wide x 30" high (dining height)
120" long x 48" wide x 42" high (bar height)
Also available with a round top and pedestal base
Available top choices:
Cherry, Mahogany, Worn Oak, Walnut and Steel. Metal underlay trim with bolted corners are standard but can be deleted. Additional rivets available for the metal trim at additional charge. Please see our top material selections.
Please note that all wooden tops manufactured by Vintage Industrial include a 3" – 6" breadboard on both ends of the table to prevent warping of hardwoods.