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Email Newsletter by Artefact Design and Salvage

Tables

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Our collection of tables typifies the beauty and utility of furniture crafted from salvage, natural materials and found objects. These pieces are designed and constructed with reverence for the origins of their parts, be they building columns, railroad ties or the reclaimed wood of fallen trees. Motivated by our desire for furniture that is as sturdy and sustainable as it is luxurious and soulful, these pieces introduce their unique sensibilities into the most traditional or contemporary of homes. Whatever style characterizes your home decor, discover what a piece encapsulating the weathered history and magnificence of salvage can bring to it. The artistic integrity of these pieces, many of which are custom designs by Dave Allen, is matched by the quality of their materials, including steel, petrified wood, concrete, marble, limestone and much more.

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FYI

Rescuing Artifacts

In salvaging architectural fragments, I think what motivates us is the same urge that drives the historic preservation movement – to save important parts of our architectural heritage. And if an entire building cannot be preserved, then we can still do our best to save ornament that embodies the workmanship of talented artisans and embodies the visual aesthetics of another era. *

* Paraphrased from the book Irreplaceable Artifacts by Evan and Leslie Blum, copyright 1997