A rare hexagonal teak garden table designed by Ambrose Heal, made from the decks of the Admiralty Yacht Enchantress c1935

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Enchantress was built 1903 and finally scrapped in1935. She was Winston Churchill's yacht for family relaxation and he regularly enjoyed sailing trips on her with his wife Clemmie.
This table has been restored in our workshops and is ready to be used again. The grey colour is just a surface patination usually seen on teak and does not indicate anything more than age. This table does not need treating with anything as the natural oils of the teak will protect it.
This is the best Heals teak garden table I have ever bought.
H72cm, 130cm face to face
A rare hexagonal teak garden table designed by Ambrose Heal, made from the decks of the Admiralty Yacht Enchantress c1935
  • A rare hexagonal teak garden table designed by Ambrose Heal, made from the decks of the Admiralty Yacht Enchantress c1935 - picture 1
  • A rare hexagonal teak garden table designed by Ambrose Heal, made from the decks of the Admiralty Yacht Enchantress c1935 - picture 2
  • A rare hexagonal teak garden table designed by Ambrose Heal, made from the decks of the Admiralty Yacht Enchantress c1935 - picture 3
  • A rare hexagonal teak garden table designed by Ambrose Heal, made from the decks of the Admiralty Yacht Enchantress c1935 - picture 4
  • A rare hexagonal teak garden table designed by Ambrose Heal, made from the decks of the Admiralty Yacht Enchantress c1935 - picture 5
  • A rare hexagonal teak garden table designed by Ambrose Heal, made from the decks of the Admiralty Yacht Enchantress c1935 - picture 6
  • A rare hexagonal teak garden table designed by Ambrose Heal, made from the decks of the Admiralty Yacht Enchantress c1935 - picture 7
  • A rare hexagonal teak garden table designed by Ambrose Heal, made from the decks of the Admiralty Yacht Enchantress c1935 - picture 8
  • A rare hexagonal teak garden table designed by Ambrose Heal, made from the decks of the Admiralty Yacht Enchantress c1935 - picture 9