Signature table around 137

With the Signature tables, our designers have achieved something special. Noble elegance paired with timeless character, thought through to the last detail, this makes the Signature tables real pieces of jewelery.

In the middle of the table is a rotatable stainless steel plate, so that food and drinks are easily accessible.

Dining table: This Signature table features elegantly tapered #304 Powder Coated Stainless Steel legs in a special, scuff-resistant rusting. The slatted tabletop in premium teak is rounded at the corners for a soft, warm touch.

Frame: Base consists of stainless steel; legs consist of Marine Stainless Steel, And with Premium Grade Teakwood

Characteristics: Minimalist, modern, refined, sophisticated, specially-coated, lightweight, strong

Frame Maintenance: Clean with a soft cloth and warm water

Comes in different sizes & Color


Comes in 2 sizes

137x137x76Hcm & 150x150x76Hcm


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Characteristics of Teak

  • Teak furniture is an excellent choice for outdoor living and with regular maintenance will provide years of loyal service. Natural teak as well as touch-up kits designed to match our teak finishes.
  • Natural Teak – Our Natural finish highlights the beauty and grain of solid teak. Due to natural variations in the wood, each product and finish may vary slightly. When exposed to sun and rain, the color of Natural teak will soften to a handsome silvery-grey shade depending on the amount of sun exposure.

Natural Teak (new)
Natural Teak (at 6 months)
Natural Teak (at 1 year)
Finished Teak – Weathered finish (new)
Finished Teak – Weathered finish (at 5 years).

Stainless steel

is the generic name for a number of different steels used primarily for their resistance to corrosion. The one key element they all share is a certain minimum percentage of chromium of 10.5%. Although other elements, particularly nickel and molybdenum, are added to improve corrosion resistance, chromium is always the deciding factor. However, despite its various additions stainless steel still behaves as steel, and even the highly alloyed stainless steel grades such as 316 still contain a minimum of 62% iron.

PNZ manufactures using 304 grade stainless steel with an electro-polished (EP) finish brushed finish. Electro-polishing is widely used in the electronics, food and medical industries and on components for cruise ships and yachts, where a corrosion resistant, smooth and easy to maintain surface is of vital importance. Electro-polishing is an electrochemical process whereby the combination of an electrical current and a strong acid erodes the surface of the stainless steel substrate atom by atom. This process removes much of the iron from the surface of the steel, but leaves the chrome intact, resulting in more shiny, but much improved corrosion resistant surface.

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