Jamie Young Sama Round Bistro Dining Table 20SAMA-BINA

Jamie Young
Usually Ships in 5 to 7 days. Live Chat to Confirm Stock.
(You save $514.50 )
(No reviews yet)
45.00 (in)
30.00 (in)
45.00 (in)
Deceptively simple, this contemporary dining table is distinguished by its clean lines, sharp angles, and subtle ornamentation. Each piece is expertly artisan crafted of sustainably harvested mango wood and hand-finished with a clean white patina. Edges are embellished with genuine bone inlay. To protect your fine floors, the legs are tipped in black felt. A modern take on a tropical theme, these are refined pieces for today's casual interiors.
Free Shipping
Current Stock:
Adding to cart… The item has been added
Handcrafted of Mango Wood in White Patina
Edges Feature Genuine Water Buffalo Bone Inlay
Black Felt Leg Tips Prevents Scratches on Floors
Features variations inherent to wood like knots, grain, pattern and hue variations
Always use coasters and place mats to protect furniture surface
Material: Mango Wood, Water buffalo bone
Color/Finish: White Patina The handcrafted nature of this wood creates products with character and individuality. The inherent knots, grains, and variations in tone and texture, are preserved, to create pieces rich in detail and natural beauty. These unique imperfections and variations are what define our products, with each piece having its own personality.

Top dimension: 1.25"H x 45"W x 45"D

Floor Clearance: 29"H

Leg Dimensions: 29"H x 1.5"W x 11.37"D
Distance Between Legs (Side to Side): 15.5"
Table Lip: 10.6"

Legs are removable
Weight capacity: 50 Lbs

Product Care: Do not use harsh or abrasive cleaners at any time. Wipe surfaces gently with soft, dry cloth or chamois. Blot to remove spills. Do not allow liquids to remain in contact with the surface for extended periods. Do not place near heating outlets or direct sunlight as this may cause damage to finish.

Jamie Young

In May of 1997 Jamie Young Jeter and David Jeter, both artists with a passion for travel, took a day trip to Mexico, where they filled their car with interesting gardening pots they discovered in a roadside shop. They returned to Los Angeles and promptly sold the entire haul to a local florist. Recognizing an undeserved market, they began to design and produce their own line of flowerpots, only to discover that the rustic, handcrafted quality would make unusual bases for lamps, and with this conversion the Jamie Young Company was born. The combined experience and perspective of husband and wife team David Jeter and Jamie Young Jeter make this company stand out. Jamie Young Company has been able to discover a wide range of design looks in the home fashion world. All based on traveling the world and being influenced by art and history. With a love of unique materials and a pulse on today's trends and customers'needs, Jamie Young Company has created an incredible lifestyle approach to design. With a well-traveled, sophisticated collection like Jamie Young Co, one does not need to travel the world to feel their home reflects a larger vision then their hometown.

Primary Finish:
White Patina
New for 2023