From time to time the builders who manufacturer the custom Amish furniture we sell discontinue older products in order to offer new designs.
We are no longer able to sell the product on this page, but below we have some recommendations for similar products you may like.
Fulton Dining Collection
Product number: Q1907A-WVB-37169
- Solid Hardwood Construction
- Carved and Tapered Front Chair Legs
- Side or Arm Chairs
- Curved Rear Chair Legs
- One Inch Thick Rectangular Table Top
- Table has Ability to Self-Store Leaves
- Bevel Edge
- Geared Slides
- Available Unfinished
- Widths Available: 42 or 48 Inches
- Lengths Available: 60, 66, or 72 Inches
- Available with up to Four - 12 Inch Leaves
- Side Chair: 18 W x 17 D x 40 1/2 H
- Arm Chair: 22 W x 17 D x 40 1/2 H
The Fulton Dining Collection is centered around a beautiful trestle table. The table top can easily extend to accommodate guests and offers a beautiful addition to your dining space. We present the collection with the lovely Lexington Chairs, but feel free to browse all of our dining chairs to create a custom set. Take your time to appreciate the details on the carved trestle base and the chair backs and legs. You cannot go wrong adding this impressive set to your home.
Contact us about the Fulton Dining Collection
We are happy to answer any questions and help fit your design requirements. So, choose your options and request a custom quote. Then one of our furniture specialists will be in contact with you. Since we feature the finest Amish-crafted furniture in the Midwest, you’ll find the perfect furniture pieces that will work for your home. With all of our customization options, the possibilities are endless. So for complete pricing information, please choose the options that best meet your needs and we will contact you shortly. We ship our products nationwide to your door. If you just have a question not answered by our website, please complete the quote request or contact us via phone. If you prefer to visit us in our retail store, we are in Shipshewana, the heart of Midwestern Amish Country.