Our classic round Parsons table features a bold natural steel base with subtle weld marks that make each piece unique and showcase the craftsmanship of the Minnesota artisans who build each one by hand. Choose from a variety of top options to make Parsons your own.
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Learn about the artisans: Bell Manufacturing of Minneapolis, MN
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- Great Design
- Quality construction
- Formal dining
- Work table
Customer comments about Parsons 36r Dining Table:
When not used for dining, this table is my work space and my jigsaw puzzle surface. It gets a work out.
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- Dining area, Living room/family room/great room
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- Parsons 36r Dining Table
Q:I'm wondering about the durability/finish/seal on the cherry butcher block table surface. We are planning to use this table as our family's primary dining table and have two little kids, which equals LOTS of spills and messes. Is the surface sealed nicely where it won't be immediately stained by a food or drink spill or is it quite porous and open to stains? We love the style of the Parsons table and like the look of the butcher block, but would choose a different tabletop if it would be easier to keep clean.Asked on 5/8/2013 by Kim from Minneapolis
A:The Butcherblock tops are sealed with a lacquer finish. While the lacquer finish is there to protect the wood surface, lacquer is not impervious to scratching or dents. Most durable top surface would be granite. For further details on woods and care see; http://www.roomandboard.com/rnb/ideas_advice/materials_care/wood_wood_veneers.ftlAnswered on 5/13/2013 by Design Associate from Room & Board