A Character filled oak topped coffee table made from 3 boards cut from a single 8 inch square old gate post ..Joined together the boards have a line f holes from the od post hinge which have blackened over the years The Legs are cast iron legs from an Old “Manchester saw ” an old bet driven metal cutting saw found in Stockport ! Finished ith a sma under shelf fitted to the stringers of the legs .
A Beautiful oak topped table made from 1 sawn board cut and joined with its original waney edge preserved and shaped ..joining the boards has made an unusual but natural curve making one end wider than the other .. A large split n the boards have been stitched with Georgian hand made nails from a factory closed don n Macclesfield! ..The base is 2 cast iron legs left with their original red paint ..the legs came from an American metal shaping machine found unused in the corner of a welsh garage ! . Approx 6ft long
A single Lathe leg left with it's original paint topped with an iroko, bakery worktop with 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 350mm deep.
A beautiful cast iron leg from an early Lathe, left with its natural Patina and original paint. Topped and shelved with a reclaimed bakers worktop set in a reclaimed solid oak frame. The shelf suspended with the stretcher from the lathe leg. The whole table wall fixed to make an ideal hallway table.
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.
The Albion Bar…made as a gin bar this piece is a mixture of reclaimed oak flooring and reclaimed 200 yr old oak joists as shelving, topped with the Albion blade guard from an early 1900's Harrison and Mcgregor chaff cutter ! the top “bar” shelf is the perfect height for mixing a gin or too and with great storage underneath ! with a width of approx 1350mm and a bar height of 950mm it would make a great feature piece on any wall
A stunning Hall table made with a single Lathe leg from a vintage Barnes treadle Lathe .left with it’s original finish and patina … topped with a reclaimed oak frame encasing three individual pieces of dark oak taken from an old oak writing bureau ,each of which is surrounded by a line of black french oak reclaimed from a french library floor. Three solid oak drawers hang to the left and one to the right. The drawer fronts in contrasting Black french oak and dark oak from the bureau with handles from recycled carpenters brace drills .. again the handles contrasting the woods A chunky heavy piece wall fixed approx 900mm high, 1200mmwide and 350mm deep..