- Similar to a Finlay Edge, a square top corner
- ⅝” bevel on the bottom edge, halfway up the table
- 3” round corners on and what would be square corners,
- Lightens table, thins edge visually
What is it?
Wood dining tables with a Fraser edge have rounded corners, a square top edge and a beveled bottom edge. It is similar to a Finlay edge but with rounded corners.
Why do I want it?
A Fraser edge with its rounded corners is easy to walk around. And with the bottom edge beveled, the table sits lightly in the space.
Where does it suit?
A Fraser edge is well suited to rectangle and square dining tables, but not extendable tables.
Other Woods with a Similar Finish
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