Here’s your chance to own the 1st Hure dining table to roll off the line, signed and numbered. I was going to keep it, but it’s too big for my house! It’s 4′ W x 8′ L x 30″ tall with a 2.75″ thick top. More info available on our dining table page: http://shop.retro.net/?page_id=653
Our I Beam base can be built with various tops including steel or wood round tops. Below is a picture of the base with a 44″ riveted steel round top. Email us for pricing.
I Beam conference table – 14′ long, approximately 1200 lbs, aged sugar pine top, riveted metal trim, with our I Beam base design. This is a custom piece we made for a client. If you are interested in something like this, let us know.
Here are a few vintage industrial designs we’ve been working on. Stay tuned as we have lots more on the way.
Smith Commons adjustable tables with our new top design
14′ I Beam Conference Table
I took some pictures yesterday of some new pieces and designs…
Industrial Toilet Paper Holder – Our shop needed one of these so I put this together. It’s definitely overbuilt, weighs around 10 lbs, and the Acme nuts keep the paper secure. The double holder will make sure you are never without a square again! – Price $225
Adjustable Height coffee table – 42″ x 42″ x 18-30″ tall, this heavy duty coffee table adjusts in height to double as a cafe or dining table. It has a 30″ square cutout in the center which will hold a piece of glass which allows you to see the workings of the design.
Vintage industrial inspired restaurant tables. The first two pictures are my A Frame design table at a 40″ pub height. This table can be customized in many ways including various sizes, tops, finishes, etc. It’s priced around $1950.
The 3rd and 4th picture show my adjustable height Smith Commons table. It’s built to vary from 20″ – 30″ or 30″ – 40″ in height for dining on or to be used as a coffee or side table. It too can be tailored to suit your needs. Pricing as sized is around $995.
Discounts available for multiple orders.
Took some pictures of some new designs just finished. Includes a couple filing cabinets made with some new and salvaged steel, an NYC kitchen table which weighs in around 150 lbs, and a new Brooklyn design.
I built this as a dining table but noticed it would work great as a desk. The one of a kind A frame is built of heavy gauge steel and 2 tubular cross braces with bolting ends. The solid top is made of 2″ x 12″ aged sugar pine.
Available in other sizes, finishes, a steel top, just the base and not top, etc. Custom work is my specialty!
Dimensions – 60″ wide x 34″ deep x 30″ tall, approx 250 lbs,
Priced at $1,850 on up
I picked up a couple of these tables today. I am keeping one and selling the other. I was told this table was used by a Nascar team as a work table to rebuild their car. It is VERY heavy duty and will probably support a ton or more. The 36″ x 96″ top is made of 1/2″ thick steel and the frame is made of 3″ round tube. It has heavy duty casters that lock the wheel and the swivel part which make it pretty easy to move around considering it weighs about 800 lbs. The height is 36″ which makes it nice for standup work, bar table or outdoor table. The top also overhangs 6″ all the way around, and it has a storage shelf underneath that is 17.5″ x 78″. The frame is powder coated gray and the top is raw steel with the natural coating from the mill. They used a waterjet machine to cut the triangular bracing underneath. Asking $950 (SOLD) for this table, free pickup in Phoenix, I’d have to check on shipping but it’s probably around $350-475. I can finish the top with an industrial clearcoat if you would like. And I can also repaint this if you’d like another color. This was custom made in America and new was around $2,000.
This table adjusts in height from 18″ to 30″ making it ideal for a coffee table or small dining table. And it’s so strong, that I could stand on the corner of the top and it would barely flex, so you could use it as a work table too. The threaded screw has a spinning lock underneath to keep it secure. This was a custom piece for a client, and I can remake it or change things around. The top is 3/16″ thick steel and 40″ x 40″ with a 1″ x 2″ boxed frame underneath. Price would be around $1075.
I found a small supply of reclaimed mahogany today (4/4 or 1″ thick). Back in 1912 it was installed as bleacher seats at a school in New Mexico so I’d guess it to be 2-300 years old. It’s been planed down and has some signs of age, plus holes here and there from the old screws that held the seats down. I can’t wait to get it on a piece, maybe a desk?
I also bought old two tables. One is coffee table size, has a metal base and an ugly square top which I will be replacing probably with some of the mahogany. And my wife spotted this one, an 8′ long oak table probably from the 40s that was used in a school. It’s going to be gorgeous once we refinish it. It would be nice as a dining or work table.