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Reserved for Michelle Utrecht. Price adjusted. Was $349.00 now just $314.00.

What a find we have here! We recently purchased a nice little load of salvaged wood beams here locally in southern California, though this is the last table available from this load. This distressed industrial hardwood was salvaged from a factory demolition in downtown San Diego. This piece is beautifully aged with hues of browns, grays, and more. Our unique console table offers a look and feel that just can't be duplicated, and is truly one of a kind. A 48" solid wood table top was placed on 28" tall steel hairpin legs and sealed with a durable lacquer to complete what we think is the perfect look. An amazing piece with plenty of history and personality that will make an excellent addition to any home. Thank you for your interest in our latest reclaimed wood creation, we hope it's just what you are looking for!

- Unit is solid wood beam 4"x12"x48".

- Legs are solid steel 1/2" rod high quality 28" tall for over all table height of 31 1/2".

- Table weighs just over 75 lbs. with legs attached and will hold over 700 lbs. easily.

Unit will ship with legs detached and you will need to assemble after delivery. All it takes is a screw driver or screw gun, 12 screws later (included)you'll be enjoying your new Casanova's Cabinet console table with very little effort.

International shipping is not available for this item.

Console Table 48" Salvaged Wood Industrial Factory Beam On Hairpin Legs


  • Handmade item
  • Materials: steel, wood, sealer, vintage legs, industrial beam, wood beam, salvage
  • Only ships within United States.
  • Feedback: 79 reviews
  • Favorited by: 28 people