Exterior Finish: Our textured exteriors are all constructed of sturdy fiberglass, yet finished to look identical to Hammered Aluminum, Faux Lead, Old Penny Bronze, or choose from 80 different RAL colors in Smooth Glossy or Matte finishes.
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The Flint Glass Dining Table features a 0.75" inch thick tempered glass top with reclaimed cast iron base. Hand-laid cast iron press legs and custom machined mounting fixtures formed from salvaged vintage machine parts. Features Available Color/Finish: Clear Specifications 3/4 tempered glass topRecycled cast iron base Dimensions Overall Size: 95L x 47W x 30H inches/ 29 Lbs Ships within 5-7 days
The Burton Dining Table features a thick hardwood top and reclaimed cast iron base. Reclaimed joined timber from local markets, hand-cast solid iron table legs formed from salvaged vintage machine legs. Features Available Color/Finish: Mixed Woods Specifications Bolted 1½” reclaimed timmber topRecycled Cast Iron Base Dimensions Small: 79L x 41W x 30H inches/ 153 LbsMedium: 95L x 41W x 30H inches/ 175 Lbs Ships within 5-7 days
The Sydney Stackable Dining Chair made American walnut veneer, natural finish or dark walnut veneer. Bent plywood, some assembly required. Features Available Color/Finish: Dark Walnut, Walnut Specifications American walnut on bent plywood Maximum weight capacity: 275 lbs Dimensions Overall Size: 17L x 21W x 32H inches/ 47 Lbs.Seat Depth: 18 inchesSeat Height: 18 inches Ships within 5-7 days
Born around the turn of the 20th century, and enduring such hardships like the Great Depression and being placed in a Japanese Internment Camp during World War II, George Nakashima eventually became one of the most influential woodworkers and modernist...