Acacia Plus

Top: Edge-Joined Panels
Multiple panels joined together to form a mosaic of Acacia’s inherent artistry.

Side: Finger-Joined Panels
Every panel is bonded with an intricate clasp ensuring uniformity.

Available in 122cm, 153cm, 183cm

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Acacia Plus

Top: Edge-Joined Panels
Multiple panels joined together to form a mosaic of Acacia’s inherent artistry.

Side: Finger-Joined Panels
Every panel is bonded with an intricate clasp ensuring uniformity.

Available in 122cm, 153cm, 183cm

Nautical Lineage

It is the wood that enabled the British Royal Navy to rule the seas. Acacia is not only revered for its inherent toughness, but also its natural smooth finish and delicate grain patterns which makes it one of the most valuable timber variety in the world.

Strength Unrivalled

One of the hardest woods in the world, Acacia was the preferred wood for the British Royal Navy throughout the 18th century. Capable of holding fast against cannon shells, Acacia also possesses a naturally occurring wax coat that protects it against unwanted pests. Now an inch thick, the Acacia+ table top is as thick as an actual deck plank from an 18th century British naval vessel. 

Strength Unrivalled

One of the hardest woods in the world, Acacia was the preferred wood for the British Royal Navy throughout the 18th century. Capable of holding fast against cannon shells, Acacia also possesses a naturally occurring wax coat that protects it against unwanted pests. Now an inch thick, the Acacia+ table top is as thick as an actual deck plank from an 18th century British naval vessel.