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Lexington

Your choice of laminate top sits upon your choice of veneer apron and frame assembly. The apron's soft arch adds richness to an otherwise ordinary table. Each leg is fitted with a leveling glide. Available in round, square or rectangle shapes. 

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  • Tops are 1-1/4" thick, three ply engineered wood construction with .050" high pressure laminate and a phenolic backer. 
  • The Lexington edge is 5/8" x 1-1/4" solid red oak with a 13˚ reverse bevel. Tops 60" and over are supported on the underside with a 15 gauge steel keel.
  • Legs are 2-1/2" solid glued up red oak and receive 1" radius scoop on the two inside edges and a 1/8" radius all round, resulting in a 1-1/2" x 1-1/2"  leg at the bottom. They are attached to the top by means of 5" x 5/16" steel plate. The leg and the plate are joined by (2) 5/16-18 machine bolts, screwed into a 1/2" diameter barrel nut which is embedded in the leg. The steel plate is attached to the table top by (5) 5/16-18 machine bolts which screw into a 5/16-18 metal inserts embedded in the top. Each leg is equipped with a leveling glide.
  • Apron: The apron is 1" x 3-3/4" with a 1/8" radius on the exposed edges. Each apron is machined to a gentle arch, 2" deep at midspan. Aprons span the distance between the legs and are attached with #8 screws. 

Overall Dimensions

Height: 29"
Widths: 30", 36", 42", 48"
Lengths: 42", 48", 60", 72", 90"

Finishes

Formica Elemental Stone8831
Laminates

OPTIONS: 27

Choose from any currently available standard high pressure laminate from Formica: Premium patterns or surface finishes may be specified but will incur an up-charge. Please contact factory.

Natural Oak - NO
Finishes on Oak - Standard

OPTIONS: 7

Actual colors may differ slightly from displayed representations.

Natural  Maple - NM
Finishes on Maple - Standard

OPTIONS: 7

Actual colors may differ slightly from displayed representations.