Contact Bob for Additional Information

​Bob Benson     508-280-8005

Chris Benson   78l-789-6707

Cape Cod Colonial Tables

Round tables in 48 inch, 60 inch and 72 inch

1 1/2 " thick chestnut

​​WE ARE HONORED! Our story, of the 1736 house we live in, it's history and restoration, is featured in a lovely eight page article and story in the 2016 annual edition of Chatham Magazine! Also the  shop and showroom where we show the tables is pictured in beautiful photos.

Classic pine shaker inspired trestle table with bench. 

Heavy live edge chestnut table with matching trestle bench


For the rest of February, our showroom will be closed. Doing upgrades, and some house remodeling, so we won't be far away. If you have a question, want to discuss an order, or simply make an inquiry, please drop us an email:

Eight foot antique chestnut with eight windsor chairs. Thick top, hand crafted trestle  base also in chestnut

What we do, and do well

Another large chestnut table! These are available 43-44 inches wide with LIVE edge or standard. 

We make them six feet to ten feet long with trestle base or four leg designs.

Note that all pictures on this page are natural color woods, not stained! Real antique materials, colored by time and nature!

Simplicity and repose are the qualities that measure the true value of any work of art...                                       Frank Lloyd Wright

Antique pine classic three board top farm table in our showroom! With farmhouse legs, beaded aprons and floating breadboards. Matching shaker bench to complete, 

Farmhouse Table General Costs:

Prices vary depending on wood species, tables size and type of base/legs.  Typically, the majority of tables are six and a half to eight feet long - shaker legs and farmhouse legs seem to be the most popular - either painted or stained.  Trestle bases are very popular also, we make them in Shaker themed styles and sizes scaled to size  of table. Drop us an email and we can give you an idea of price of what you would like. 

From Barn to Table:

We work with antique wood  from barns and old buildings reclaimed from around the Northeast.  The wood is hand picked for color, grain, and interest.  It is then finished with three coats of varnish to resist stains and markings- no two are alike.  Reproduction, pine bases/legs are added to complete the beautiful table.