Georgia has a beautiful traditional house in the village and comes twice a year since she retired. Last autumn we had a big birthday party in her yard and realized she needed a BIG table to get everyone together. My brief was to make a table that could be de-constructed and put away in the cellar for the winter. Whilst in England this January, I went to an antique furniture exhibition in London and came across a ‘harvest table’. This table was made to be portable during harvest time so that it could be picked up and moved on to the next field easily. So I adapted this principle and with a ratchet spanner and the removal of 16 coach bolts in 10 minutes, the table can be taken apart and tucked in the cellar. Hope you like it!