Barnwood table top salvaged from a working island farm in the north Puget Sound. An authentic beauty. Palimpsest.
Metal hardware has been ground and preserved with clear enamel. Steel hairpin legs are treated with a clear enamel. Legs are professionally produced, are welded to steel plates and anchor to the tabletop with three screws.
Tabletop burnished with steel wool and finished with beeswax.
Pit-fired bowls (image 3) by Heather Gabriel, of ClayWoodStone.
Table in photos 2 and 3, is 52-1/2L X 40W X 14-3/4H, and is available now. This is a big, generously-sized table. Make sure you have room.
For a custom table, convo me about this listing, or use this link: http://www.etsy.com/listing/92531188/modern-reclaimed-elemental-wood-coffee
Please allow three to five weeks for build time and delivery. For the table available now, figure seven to 10 days delivered.
To check out other wood-fired ceramics by ClayWoodStone, please visit http://www.etsy.com/shop/ClayWoodStone?ref=seller_info
BIRDLOFT ETHOS OF GREEN
All birdloft reclaimed materials are sustainably harvested in a big-hearted, biodiesel-breathing compact pickup truck (40mpg!). For biodiesel nuts, please note, the biodiesel is 100 percent recycled. This is just one aspect of our efforts to be awesome. More trumpeting can be had at www.birdloft.net/ethos.html
Meantime, thank you for looking.
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Quoted shipping cost is for the continental US. Rates to Hawaii, Canada and beyond by request.
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