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Bring the truly unmistakable awe of the Southwestern Sonoran Desert in your own home with this one-of-a-kind table. The table can be used to accent artwork, placed in a entry way, a hallway, used as a night stand or placed outside on a porch or courtyard. Hand crafted from "rough sawn cedar" & carefully selected "Saguaro Ribs", harvested directly from the southwestern desert floor. The table comes alive at night with a back-lit, center mounted Candelabra - UL rated light fixture with in-line light switch, easily accessible for quick bulb changing. The "rough-sawn cedar" used for this table is intentionally left unfinished & will age naturally, beautifully complementing the various colors & inspirational presence of the Saguaro Ribs.

The "rough-sawn cedar" used for this table doesn’t require a stain or protective finish whatsoever, however it can be stained and/or sealed if so desired.

Table measurements are roughly 37" High, 20 1/2" Wide & 13"

NOTE: We can help you design any custom project using "ribs", doors, tables and window treatments just to mention a few...we have done it all!

Thank you for your interest & visiting us @ Desert Gallery!

** Shipping cost is estimated, it be less/more depending on the shipping details. We can also deliver locally to the Phoenix/Tucson areas. Please Email us before purchase to verify shipping cost to your location.**

Saguaro Cactus Rib Table

$225.00 USD
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Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: Cactus, Saguaro, Wood, Cedar, light
  • Only ships to United States from Arizona, United States.
  • Feedback: 34 reviews
  • Favorited by: 48 people