Sugar Press Dining Table

Tucker Robbins

Sugar presses were used for hundreds of years in the Philippines to crush sugar cane, most being made from satin wood or, as the tribes people call it, Ironwood. Satinwood, one of the finest and hardest woods in the world, develops a soft patina over time. Most are antiques but all are one of a kind. Whether used as a pedestal base or alone as a side table, the Sugar Press reminds us of our agrarian roots.

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General Style: Transitional

Shape: Round

Material: Satinwood

Dimensions: 34" dia. x 30" H

Top Material: Wood Top

Color / Finish: Stained

Top Color / Finish: Natural

Features: Carved

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