Kitchen worktop tree edge solid wood

480,00 incl. VAT & shipping

Our oak kitchen worktops are glued together from 2-6 solid planks. Particular attention is paid to a homogeneous wood grain pattern. The 4-4.5 cm thick, surface-sanded and oiled or lacquered kitchen worktop has a slightly brushed/sanded tree edge on one side. Small cracks and knotholes are elaborately filled with black coloured resin. This prevents water etc. from penetrating the worktop.
Production time after receipt of payment usually within 3 to 5 weeks plus shipping. If you need it urgently, please enquire and we will see what we can do. Please find information on shipping here.

TIP! The high costs for the cut-outs are due to the high effort required to minimise the risk of breakage during transport. Unfortunately, we cannot make any cut-outs below 6 cm from the edge. We therefore recommend making cut-outs for hobs and sinks at the place of use.
Sponholz solid wood oak from ecologically controlled forestry | washbasins solid wood panels, tables, dining tables, beds, wooden bench, stools
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Description

Further product information

Kitchen worktop tree edge solid wood. The natural edge is brushed and lightly sanded so that it retains its natural character. Larger knotholes, natural cracks and unevenness are sealed with very dark epoxy resin that tends towards black. Smaller knotholes, cracks and dried wormholes are treated with wax on the surface. There is no need to completely fill every tiny unevenness or dried wormhole. This applies in particular to the underside. The surface is then surface-sanded and oiled so that you can use your solid wood panel immediately after delivery.

If your desired size is between two sizes

Please select the nearest size. After purchase, simply send us a message with your desired size, stating the order number.

Please note that we have a manufacturing tolerance of 1-2 mm.

Flatness and tolerance

Wood is a living material and works. Light and temperature have an effect before, during and after production. We strive to keep the surfaces flat and work to millimetre precision. We have very good tools and high-quality machines, as well as qualified and talented staff. Nevertheless, we allow a tolerance of up to 3 mm, sometimes even a little more. Especially high lengths of benches, tables, as well as washstands, are and cannot be kept and manufactured 100% even. Slight unevenness is in the nature of things and has its own charm. You may achieve 100% evenness with plywood or solid wood elements that are glued together from many smaller pieces (glued wood panels with lamella widths of 3-5 cm). However, since we work with long and 20 to 40 cm wide planks that are kept very natural, this is not the case. We also allow a few millimetres of tolerance in terms of flatness.

Important shipping and packaging information

We endeavour to coordinate the delivery of your ordered solid wood kitchen worktop with you in the best possible way. To prevent shipping damage, we produce customised, precisely fitting transport packaging for your solid wood furniture.

We ship up to 300 cm in length within Germany and Austria free of charge. For Europe-wide shipping, the shipping costs are automatically calculated and displayed after entering the delivery location.

Further information on shipping can be found here.

Product care

You can purchase a suitable care set for optimum care of your solid wood tree edge kitchen worktop. You can easily carry out the recommended six-monthly re-oiling and minor repairs yourself. The care set consists of a bottle of hard wax oil, hand sandpaper, a soft wax stick including spatula and a cotton cloth for applying/wiping off the oil. You can find further information on care here.

Origin of our woods

We source our oak wood exclusively from controlled forestry in Lower Saxony, Brandenburg and Bavaria.
We are also committed to reforestation and have already planted 130 oak trees this year, with more to come.
Timber from Eastern European or non-European overexploitation has no chance with us! Please read more about this on our page about our values.