Rustic Industrial Coffee Table Made Of Reclaimed Weathered Oak And Blackened Steel

The Rawson coffee table is rustic industrial design made from a piece of weather oak salvaged from a badly beaten dresser of the early 1900's. This piece of furniture has had a rough past with more than enough scars to show for it. The oak top is full of unique stains, holes, and saw cuts left as an indication of its past life. It has been reclaimed and sealed with a environmentally friendly water based clear coat finish. The top is mounted to a pair of fully welded steel legs with a blackened and hot waxed finish to create an authentic sustainable coffee table. Its warm and cozy rustic industrial feel will surely complement any families home.
Size: 47"w, 17"h, 19.5"d legs come with adjustable floor glides
This is a completed piece and is ready to ship with in 3-5 days. A similar custom piece can be commissioned 4-6 weeks

The table ships flat packed and easily assembles with a #3 phillips screw drive

"Free Shipping" in continental United States. Outside of the United States please contact for a additional shipping charges.

This piece of furniture is handmade with reclaimed materials that intentionally include flaws, cracks, and color variations with surfaces that are not perfectly flat or smooth.
Wood top; dry dust, clean heavy soil with mild cleaners like simple green or Murphy's oil soap. Due to the open weathered wood grain and aging cracks spilled liquids should be immediately cleaned and dried and coasters are recommended to preserve the finish.
Steel legs; Dry dust only. Keep dry. Buff with soft cloth as needed. Re-wax with paste wax as needed.

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Made in Bloomfield, NY

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