Industrial Coffee Table
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Industrial Upcycle furniture is great.
This is a coffee table made from old rusty metal construction drainage pieces and mossy wood. Patina has been stabalized on all parts.
There are matching end item available.
Will be shipped fed ex with legs dettached."
This product ships from: United States
International Shipping: This product does not ship internationally.
* Shipping prices in foreign currencies are approximate.
If there is a problem with anything that we ship lets talk about it. Sometimes we offer money back or a discount, but not always. Return shipping is buyers responsibility.
If the post office has messed things up then we don't take responsibility for it. We package very well, but sometimes they loose things or have a difficult time withdelivery.
We no longer offer discounts for art work if something looses adherance during shipping. The post office doesn't care that it's art and we package as best we can. There are often lots of pieces to my art. Bolts loosen and epoxy may not hold when they toss a box across the room. Just fasten the piece back on.
We ship the least expensive way that we can find and are not knowledgeable about shipping furniture. Somethings will be offered for pickup or you can figure out the shipping.
We are a mid-century modern couple bringing you our best creations. We seek out treasures from the smallest corners and bring them back to life in unique ways.
Once upon a time we inherited two antique railroad jacks that sat in the garage gathering dust. Then a light bulb turned on, and before I could say "Huh"?, Paul walked in with two lamps. Fantastic!
We were off and running, creating fun and exciting things. Our tables, lamps, and art are one of a kind, very different, and eye catching. Our creations add character to any room.
Whether you want one piece for conversation, or you want to create an accent in a room, or you are ready to make a statement, our projects can help you do that.
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