This fascinating 6' table holds visual intrigue due to the carved wood and iron base. Notice the carved scalloped and curved details accented and supported by the wrought iron scroll work of the unique base.
This large oval table rests on a trestle base with four sides, indicating it may have served as a work table in the early 1800's. It is pine, but was given a white painted finish fitting its Swedish roots at some point.
What an amazing find! At over 9 1/2 feet long, this old work table has tremendous appeal thanks to the original green painted base and the stretchers supported by iron rods which give it an industrial edge. The entire table has been restored and gently sanded.
It is the knots, gnarls and old cracks that create the character in this rustic console table. The heft of the slab wood top draws one to it, but it is the deep gouges, marks, cracks and distress that make it so unique.
The years of constant use are revealed in every ding & scratch that enrich the character of this old carpenters' workbench. The paint spills and oil stains show decades of use as well. Two wood vices with wood handles & a recessed tray for tools are traditional elements.
It is the knots, gnarls and old cracks that create the character in this rustic coffee table. The heft of the slab wood top draws one to it, but it is the deep gouges, marks, cracks and distress that make it so unique.
The natural wear seen on this French Maple Butcher's Block with 2 drawers came from the many years of use. Note the castors and slot to hold knives in the back of the heavy top.
It is the massive maple block top worn uneven from the many decades of use that draws one toward this original French butcher's block. Narrow and solid, it is being sold "as is.