A first edition benjamin hall design+build product.

With all matches, there's a common bond. Glue that holds the entities together, if you will. This piece doesn't make use of that. Instead, seven steel rods thread themselves through the locally sourced wood, evermore holding the pieces together. While each piece brings its own dimensions to the table – as seen on the underside – the surface remains flush and level.

Between the wood, 1/4-inch flat steel turns down on the ends to form the thin legs. To prevent rusting, the steel legs are coated with a clear polyurethane coating. The wood is coated with a matte finished paste wax for protection.

I build to order and don't usually have items in stock.
26"W x 80"L x 30"H

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