Imperial Open Communion Table - 820 Series - FREE SHIPPING

Item Number: 60518
Manufacturer SKU: 825-OCT

Imperial's 820 Series of chancel furniture illustrates our beautiful colonial appearance like the 810 Series, but the 820 series takes this one step further. All of the pulpits, communion tables, and flower stands in this series are decorated with dentil mold, include fluted legs, and have routed windows in lieu of applied moldings.

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Choose the 820 Series from Imperial for a "cut above" look to the traditional colonial style of sanctuary furniture!  The 820 Series features inset beveled panels as well as fluted corners and dentil molding beneath stained surfaces.  The open communion table pictured includes fluted legs and dentil molding beneath surface.  Other construction features include:

Since 1960, Imperial Woodworks, Inc. has been a family-run business making custom wooden church furniture. With second and third generations now in place, Imperial is the nation’s largest manufacturer that produces solely church furniture. Our 120,000 sq. ft. factory allows us to produce everything from church pews to communion rails to clergy chairs. Our company has shown continued growth without losing sight of our goal to make customer service the number one priority. To meet the challenge of the diverse products used for worship today, Imperial offers traditional products such as solid wood church pews, communion rails, walk-in pulpits, kneelers, pew screens and modesty rails, custom chancel furniture designs, and solid oak chairs to beautifully coordinate all the church furnishings. In addition, Imperial provides more modern products such as metal and wood stacking chairs, plexiglass and acrylic pulpits and communion tables, and combination and defined-back pew seating options, along with more open, rounded designs of pulpits, tables, pulpit chairs and furniture, and pew ends to create a more contemporary feel to the worship setting.

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