What is special about our tables?

The pieces we use come to approx.95% from regional sources and are usually sawn up by us on site. We basically document everything we can about the logs. We draw from several wood sources and are proud to be able to offer woods that are unique in this size and shape as well as sometimes the wood species itself, which is not available in the trade.

The customer can choose "his" table on site as a blank, which we then manufacture individually for him with a lot of handwork.

We document each table production, which the customer receives afterwards in the form of a video additionally from us as memory. Each fancy table receives from us a brass plaque with unique number.

Which woods do we use and where do they come from?

Our most common regional (Stuttgart-Rottenburg-Nuremberg) woods are maple/mountain maple, oak, red beech, ash (mostly olive ash) and Douglas fir. Furthermore, we have some unusual pieces of e.g. pear, birch, European walnut, sycamore, sequoia,...and very whacky a single trunk each of a cucumber magnolia and a Japanese cord tree in stock.

Bark on the trunk-our opinion on this:

we generally advise against it. Once because it always crumbles off at some point and you can easily get caught with clothes (eg wool)....

Can we choose a blank from you?

Yes, this is even our desired ideal case, because you can only really see the piece in the original, you can't get that with any photo/video so well...

And the customer can immediately build up a relationship to this piece and I am convinced that his gut feeling tells him immediately whether it is the "right" piece or not...

How do you do it with the underframes?

The customer receives from us an address list of manufacturers on whose websites he can find a large and beautiful selection (from beautiful standard to absolutely unique).

On request we can also customize the undercarriage, for this we have various cooperations, e.g. we can also offer laser-cut steel parts and of course powder coating.

How do you treat the surfaces?

There are now many very good surface products from various companies on the market. Basically, we work with products from the company Auro (preferably No. 123) for hard oils and additionally with hard wax oils from the company Osmo for resin applications.

How to take care of the table?

a) Oiled solid wood tables can be refreshed with Auro PurSolid hard oil No.123 and worktop oil No.108 (pursolid) or with water-based maintenance oil No.106.

The floor milk from Naturhaus is also very suitable for this purpose.

b) For solid wood tables treated with hard wax oil, we recommend wax-based care - e.g.: Auro Furniture Intensive Care No.662

Contacts: www.auroshop.de, www.osmoshop.com, www.naturhaus-direkt.de

What costs should we expect?

Side and normal coffee tables approx. 1.300 - 4.800 EUR gross

Large to huge coffee tables from ca.3.500 -9.800 EUR gross

Table tops (without base) made of 2 large planks from 5.800 EUR gross

Unique table tops (without underframe) from 8.800 EUR gross

How long does such a table last?

Actually forever, the better you take care of it the longer it will stay beautiful. You can also recondition the surface, even several times since solid wood.

How does the delivery work?

Delivery is currently carried out by ourselves and agreed individually. Collection by the customer is of course also possible.

Mobile saw BW & Herrmann solid wood
Central warehouse: 70771 Leinfelden/Hohenheimerstr.68 (appointment by arrangement!) / germany
Further warehouses in Rottenburg and Nuremberg (appointment by arrangement!)
Contact person: Patrick Herrmann
mobile: +49 (0) 176 - 640 187 41
fax: +49 (0) 711 - 95 818 223
email: UDk+Nj8QPT8yOTwjMTU3NX0yJ340NQ@nospam


We are constantly looking for logs
and trees > 60 cm Øme > 60 cm Ø

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our services:

  • mobil sawmilling on-site
  • comercial wood trading for interior apllications
  • tree services including felling (also with climbing techniques)
  • table tops/river table



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