Corner display tables set onto legs originally fitted to an old treadlle press from a Macclesfield silk mill. The original green paint is kept as much as possible with remnants of more recent paint retained. The tables are made from reclaimed flooring with an inset of older and darker beam oak removed from a stable in Cambridgeshire.The tables are freestanding with an oak back panel leg. The shelf is fitted with the original securing bolt.
£365 – Each
£700 – For the pair
A single Lathe leg left with it’s original paint topped with a reclaimed oak top with centre boards of catspaw and burr oak with a mahogany inlay and then a reclaimed oak frame. Three solid oak drawers to the right and one to the left. Hand painted fronts with handles from recycled carpenters brace drills! A chunky heavy piece wall fixed approx 900mm high, 1200mmwide and 360mm deep.
A delicate black lathe leg with oak top striped with French black oak, with two under draws and French black oak handles. The lathe leg originates from a ladies’ metal workshop circa 1940 in Stockport. Ideal as a feature in a hallway, kitchen, office or study. The top is 300mm deep and 1150mm long.