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CUSTOM RESERVED for Robert - reclaimed old growth Douglas fir timber for a console table - modern industrial elemental

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reclaimed old growth Douglas fir beam for a console table
dimensions 11-13/16" wide X 4-1/16" thick X 5 feet long

finished with a tung oil urethane

To ship within two weeks.

BIRDLOFT ETHOS OF GREEN
All birdloft reclaimed materials are sustainably harvested in a big-hearted, biodiesel-breathing compact pickup truck. 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

DESIGN | CRAFT
birdloft prides itself on its exceptional craft and clarity of design. Every piece is made with meticulous attention to detail and knowledge of how wood moves and breathes.

SHIPPING | TIME
*Quoted shipping is for the continental US.

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CUSTOM RESERVED for Robert - reclaimed old growth Douglas fir timber for a console table - modern industrial elemental

Overview

  • Handmade item
  • Materials: upcycled wood, reclaimed wood, douglas fir, steel hairpin legs, salvaged wood, paste wax, shopsteam
  • Only ships to United States from Washington, United States.
  • Feedback: 94 reviews
  • Favorited by: 102 people