Each is as unique as the piano from which these come. The frame from within a reclaimed piano was plucked out and converted into a classic-modern coffee table.
Solid metal legs and spacers were affixed into the frame. The wood on the edge was finished to pick up the red felt integrated into the frame.
A reclaimed piece of tempered window glass from St. Mary's Cathedral in San Francisco to create a see-through table top.
Clear rubber pads applied on spacers to protect the glass from slipping; felt gliders applied to bottom of legs.
This was sold to a buyer in Texas. Each is unique.