This striking dining table is a combination of Spanish colonial style crafted from the beautiful and extremely hard narra wood from the Philippines. Examine the photos to appreciate the dark, rich patina and sheen which invites one to run fingers along the stunning smooth wood. Traditional design included a "floating panel;" the top is one piece of solid wood surrounded by a panel (the "trim" of the top) which allows it to shift/adjust to changes in humidity. The carved feet and trestle base are simple yet elegant. This table was likely from a monastery during the 300 years when the Philippines were a colony of Spain. While there are knicks, scratches and stains in the wood, these are age-related and do not detract from the appeal nor function of this beautiful dining table.