in my most recent post, i mentioned i might be having an inventory reduction sale. well, here it is. a show i've been in since january is closing on sunday. a gallery i was in in massachusetts got flooded. and, i'm working with a vermont website to market our wood and steel pieces in the future, so i've got to have a few pieces for them to show when their gallery opens in may. soooo, in the meantime, all this stuff is ready to go, and i would love to move at least a few of these pieces to new homes. it's getting kinda crowded around here. here goes .. click the photos to enlarge them. for info, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 802 867 5541 during regular business hours
the slab above is the top for a table i made last spring to display in the vermont visitors center in guildford, vermont on route 91. it has since been to massachusetts, (flooded out), and in the process acquired a very small dent, which may or may not steam out. the polished rebar base for it, ( a couple photos below) is kind of abstract, and i would consider adding a set of our regular shaker steel legs or some other type of welded steel base instead of the funky rebar ... 'as is' though would be the best price.'bridges' bench, our third in the series. instead of flat stock, this one sports welded rebar v's ... a little 'bridgier' than the flat stock .... 15" x 54" x 17.5" high ...
maple burl and welded steel ... 31 x 54 x 17
painted reclaimed chestnut and steel side table
a claro walnut coffee table ... still in massachusetts, but available +/- 44 x 55 x 18
cool object ..
here's the top slab with it's rebar base in the guilford welcome center ..
the six ladderbacks are still available too.
mellowed after a year to a warmer color than shown here ... about 40 high, 18" deep drawers ...