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Veizla table

Known for being fierce warriors, the Vikings were also a hospitable lot
looking for any excuse to honour or celebrate a person, a guest, their gods or an event by means of a glorious feast.

The Old-Norse word for such a feast was “Veizla”(pronounced Vee-slah). For a table to endure these Veizlas, it had to be incredibly strong and perfectly sturdy—construction was the key.

Today’s feasts may not often be as loud and rowdy as in Viking times… Still, it is peace of mind knowing your table will last the rough and tumble of everyday life, be highly practical, as well as forever looking stunningly beautiful!

Made from solid edge-glued panel, making it environmentally sustainable and possible to produce in just about any wood available. The table can be made to individual specification upon request. The unique assembly bracket is the heart of the design, giving the table incredible strength, and makes it possible to dismantle for easy transportation.

  • Veizla table: scandinavian  by Pemara Design, Scandinavian

    Veizla table

    Known for being fierce warriors, the Vikings were also a hospitable lot
    looking for any excuse to honour or celebrate a person, a guest, their gods or an event by means of a glorious feast. The Old-Norse word for such a feast was “Veizla”(pronounced Vee-slah). For a table to endure these Veizlas, it had to be incredibly strong and perfectly sturdy - construction was the key.

    Today’s feasts may not often be as loud and rowdy as in Viking times… Still, it is peace of mind knowing your table will last the rough and tumble of everyday life, be highly practical, as well as forever looking stunningly beautiful!

  • Veizla table: scandinavian  by Pemara Design, Scandinavian

    Veizla table

    Known for being fierce warriors, the Vikings were also a hospitable lot
    looking for any excuse to honour or celebrate a person, a guest, their gods or an event by means of a glorious feast. The Old-Norse word for such a feast was “Veizla”(pronounced Vee-slah). For a table to endure these Veizlas, it had to be incredibly strong and perfectly sturdy - construction was the key.

    Today’s feasts may not often be as loud and rowdy as in Viking times… Still, it is peace of mind knowing your table will last the rough and tumble of everyday life, be highly practical, as well as forever looking stunningly beautiful!

  • Veizla table: scandinavian  by Pemara Design, Scandinavian

    Veizla table

    Known for being fierce warriors, the Vikings were also a hospitable lot
    looking for any excuse to honour or celebrate a person, a guest, their gods or an event by means of a glorious feast. The Old-Norse word for such a feast was “Veizla”(pronounced Vee-slah). For a table to endure these Veizlas, it had to be incredibly strong and perfectly sturdy - construction was the key.

    Today’s feasts may not often be as loud and rowdy as in Viking times… Still, it is peace of mind knowing your table will last the rough and tumble of everyday life, be highly practical, as well as forever looking stunningly beautiful!

  • Veizla table: scandinavian  by Pemara Design, Scandinavian

    Veizla table

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    Known for being fierce warriors, the Vikings were also a hospitable lot
    looking for any excuse to honour or celebrate a person, a guest, their gods or an event by means of a glorious feast. The Old-Norse word for such a feast was “Veizla”(pronounced Vee-slah). For a table to endure these Veizlas, it had to be incredibly strong and perfectly sturdy - construction was the key.

    Today’s feasts may not often be as loud and rowdy as in Viking times… Still, it is peace of mind knowing your table will last the rough and tumble of everyday life, be highly practical, as well as forever looking stunningly beautiful!

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