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 right and one to the left. The drawer fronts in contrasting dark oak from the bureau and the french black oak 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.
This wall hung oak bottomed bureau consists of an oak and teak top and shelf. It was originally formed from the inside of an old 1940s bureaux transformed into a contemporary storage project complemented with a hanging cast iron Kenrick 1940s shelving bracket. Features include two numbers from ID tags used on pre 1960s telegraph poles.