Saturday, September 29, 2012

New inventory, to be shown Sunday 9/30 at Petaluma Antique fair, Sunday 10/7 at Alameda antique fair. There are two posts here, be sure to check out the photos in the second post

Here are several photos of Dining table made from Maple slab of salvaged bowling lane stock. The legs are made from steel lintels found at urban ore.

Console table, maple bowling lane top, polished steel edging, base is vintage cast iron and steel machine stand.

Top photo is vintage steel dental cabinet found at SF flea. Pine bowling lane top. Trim is american cherry, I deconstructed some 100+ yr old church pews from Oklahoma, milled the wood into trim stock.
Very unusual steel and cast iron base was originally typewriter stand. There is a lever down below that raises and lowers stand, there are wheels inside the cast iron bells at bottom, lever allows stand to be wheeled around or be stationary. Very clever. Bowling lane stock for top.

Found this antique blue box at Sacto flea. Love the patina, colors. I added hardware, legs, nice as small coffee table.
Vintage yellow steel locker above, shelves added. Another locker below, all new shelves inside. Very pretty colors, laquered.

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