Huge Industrial Table withCast Iron Machine Legs & Reclaimed Antique Top

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Published on: August 31, 2019
Huge Industrial Table withCast Iron Machine Legs & Reclaimed Antique Top
Huge Industrial Table withCast Iron Machine Legs & Reclaimed Antique Top
Huge Industrial Table withCast Iron Machine Legs & Reclaimed Antique Top
Huge Industrial Table withCast Iron Machine Legs & Reclaimed Antique Top

Huge Industrial Table withCast Iron Machine Legs & Reclaimed Antique Top
This is the first of 7 tables I will be making. Table sits on turn of the century salvaged paper mill machine legs that are…. “Wow” is the word said by everyone who’s seen them. They are massive-fully 5 1/2 wide at the base, and weigh 183lbs….. Paint is original, and is coated to preserve it with a low luster clear coat that sort of glows. The wooden table top is 50″ wide, by 64″ long, 2 1/4″ thick, and currently sits on 6″ cast iron casters that raise it to stool height-34. I also have 3 vintage cast iron casters that put it at dining room height if you prefer. I have tons of reclaimed wood to resaw, which I can make tables using these bases up to about 13′ long, if the current length is not big enough for you. The table still has the original Richards Wilcox bench dogs (which are antique themselves) as well as a series of bench dog holes along the perimeter. Table works well as a heavy duty dining room table, kitchen island, gift wrap table dowels can be inserted into holes in top to hold wrapping paper and spools of ribbon and twine! Or as a restaurant table. See my other listings for another neat table. The item “Huge Industrial Table withCast Iron Machine Legs & Reclaimed Antique Top” is in sale since Tuesday, April 30, 2013. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Kitchen & Home\Furniture\Tables”. The seller is “dr.zais” and is located in Bala Cynwyd, Pennsylvania. This item can be shipped to United States.
Huge Industrial Table withCast Iron Machine Legs & Reclaimed Antique Top
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