We found the metal frame on a farm in Cumberland, RI, which originally had a grinder attached to it. We removed the grinder for another use, then cleaned up the metal framework and sealed it. The top is made from black walnut trees originally cut down on a Michigan farm. The trees were cut into boards of different lengths -- these same boards were given to each of the family members shortly thereafter, one of whom brought them to Massachusetts and commissioned Stephen Staples to build a coffee table and two end tables for their family. This end table top was the last plank of walnut left in our inventory! The shelf below is made of antique pine from our vast supply of reclaimed heirloom pine boards.
Measurements: 30 3/4" long x 20" deep x 27 3/4" high
This end table is one of a kind because of the industrial base and cannot be duplicated.