Betsy's Colonial Freedom American Flag Coffee Table

The table is 33" x 54" x 19"

The Betsy's Colonial Freedom American Flag Coffee Table from U May Approach The Bench, Ltd. is a custom handmade work of art, created to appear as though it was salvaged from a burned-out building.

The table includes two 16" tall trapezoid-shaped 1/4" thick steel legs, with a satin clear finish, and pre-drilled and threaded holes with bolts for fast assembly.

**The table does not include the glass top. Shipment of the glass is risky, at best. The customer can procure a glass top at their local glass shop if preferred. The entire flag top has several layers of a protective non-toxic polycrylic coating, so the glass is not absolutely necessary. If you want me to include the glass top, please send me an email, and I will give you a price quote.**

This flag will enhance the patriotic tone of your home or office and hopefully will help spurn conversation with your friends, family, and co-workers about the privilege it is to live the United States of America!

Each flag is custom made and distressed using the same processes and techniques; however, each flag will look unique as each piece of wood used is also unique and reacts to distressing differently. Rest assured, knowing your piece of art is absolutely a one-of-a-kind!

I love the smell of Freedom Fumes in the morning! Do you smell it? All flags and signs are made with non-toxic materials; however, because each item is handmade to order, when your item arrives you will notice the scent from the finish. I call that Freedom Fumes! Over time, the scent will diminish--the Freedom never will!

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