Made from 6mm thick laser cut aluminium and 100yr old reclaimed French oak. The shelf under the table top provides ideal storage for magazines and books.
The Oak used in this side table originally served as flooring and walls of French Railway Wagon. These 100 year old wagons are nearly all now decommissioned and replaced with less romantic steel versions. When we first get our hands on the Oak boards they are coated with decades of soot from the old steam trains that hauled them. Hiding under that soot lays an incredible timber full of characterful burls, knots and cracks. Time has allowed the soot to seep into the cracks and holes beautifully highlighting them in jet black.
Finished in our own recipe 100% natural and organic beeswax polish. The aluminium legs are powder coated in a rich gloss charcoal grey.
Built to timeless side table proportions of 45cm high x 55cm long by 30cm deep.
As with all reclaimed timber, each piece is unique and will differ slightly form the picture.
It’s a real privilege to work with timber with such an amazing story and a real joy to give it new meaning and a new life. I love this French Oak Side Table and I hope you do too : )
Free shipping to mainland UK.
Shipping & delivery
This item will be posted to you by JAM Furniture within 14 days of receiving payment.
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|USA and Canada||£65.40||£65.40|
|Rest of the World||£87.40||£87.40|
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