I finally got a chance to snap some pictures of our Floyd table base. We put a 10′ walnut top with a riveted edge on it. This 400lbs base will support a 12′ long top, or use dual bases and make a 20′ conference table. This French Industrial inspired base is reminiscent of the old cast iron machine bases from the early 1900s. As pictured this would price around $5500.
vintage industrial dining table
We have a growing selection of industrial dining tables that vary in price and design. They are all original designs, inspired by vintage industrial pieces, made by our shop in Phoenix. Our industrial dining tables are built to last 100 or more years, and are commercial grade. Stay tuned for more designs coming out in the next few months. You can visit our Industrial Dining Table page for more info.
Our Hure dining table is one of our more recent designs. It’s thick gauge steel base is heavy but with feminine curves, and has a simple top that adds warmth to the piece. That massive 2″ screw and 3.5″ nut demand attention to the base. We’re thinking of casting this in brass and bronze in the future. Prices start around $4,500.
The A Frame design makes a wonderful industrial dining table. It’s elegant base never fails to attract looks and is in place at several restaurants across the country. We’ve built them from 5 long to 14′, and in dining and pub height. We build them from scratch, so they are customizable.
Our industrial Crank Dining Table has been popular with clients who like the option of standing or sitting, or like an adjustable table that goes from dining to bar height. This simple table has a massive base with two 4000 lbs mechanisms that lift and lower the top with a turn of the wheel. It can be made with or without casters. We’re building more ornate base for this table right now so stay tuned. Weight is around 500 lbs, and price starts at $5500.
Inspired by French industrial design, the French Column table uses 1″ solid steel plate for the main supports and is adorned with hundreds of rivets. Massive strength with feminine cures. We can build these for round tops, consoles, desks, dining and conference tables, and more. Weight is around 300-600 lbs per base depending on size. We can use one base or two depending on the top size, and build it in dining or bar height. Prices start around $4500.
This is our French industrial inspired I Beam design. The large beam design are adorned with rivets and bracing, and can support any size top. As always, these are built in America, designed to last forever, and can be tailored to suit your needs. Available as a single or double base table. Prices start at $3500 and go up to $8000.
Here are a couple pieces in the shop today, a Hure Dining table with a 10′ walnut top, and a Wright chair with extra lumbar support. The additional lumbar makes the chair a bit more comfortable! Pictures were taken in our showroom which we’re hoping to open in late October.
We have a bunch of pieces ready to ship out, so I snapped some photos. The I Beam conference table has a 12′ x 5′ walnut top with riveted metal trim. And the bar height A Frame has a smaller walnut top with bolted metal trim.
NYC gave us many new design and business ideas, always does. I started learning a little more CAD today and drew a couple ideas. Doesn’t have a name yet, but it uses C Channel, rivets and bolts as the basis and was inspired by some of the cities many bridges. Here are a couple color schemes, natural steel and an aged red. I added some Herman Miller Aeron chairs too.
Size pictured is 4′ x 8′ x 30″, and as usual, can be any size and customized. This table would price around $4500. I hope to have a real one built in the next couple months. If you can’t wait, your’s can be the first.
Here’s a new table style we have available which matches our Wright chairs and stools. The has an adjustable height which makes it work for counter and bar height. We also make this in dining to bar height. Available with a hardwood top as well as steel (pictured). As always, this is commercial quality, ready for everyday restaurant use. Pictured with our Wright bar chairs and stools which are available separately.
Price – $1,395 on up
Quantity Discounts Available
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
Here’s a sneak peak of a couple new designs that are almost finished. Both are heavy duty dining tables. We’re pretty happy with how they turned out. Will have finished pictures and more information soon.
Hure Dining Table with a worn oak top. The bases are crafted out of very heavy gauge steel, and are connect with a large 2″ screw.
Floyd Dining table – This base was built to support a large top. It weighs around 400 lbs, and has a great vintage patina. Most of the weight is in the solid 1 3/8″ thick steel bottom which makes it stable for big tops, or an elephant or two.
Adjustable Height Crank Desk with 2 Drawers – height adjusts from 25″ – 35″ with the 2 ton rated screw mechanisms. This piece has a 10″ cast iron wheel, crank the wheel and it goes up or down. The top is made of extra heavy gauge plate steel and is accented with metal trim and bolted corners. The is a drawer on each side, and an optional separate filing cabinet underneath. Can be built as a dining or conference table too.
This entire piece was made by hand in our shop, and is an original design. It is pretty heavy, around 600 lbs. Available in custom sizes, with a wood top, various drawer configurations, and more. As shown, this desk is priced around (Check our new site for price).
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.