Dimensions: Height 24.75 inches, Diameter of top 17.75 inches, Diameter of base 12.25 inches; Weight 22 pounds. With a popular blend of wood and old metal, this is a classic rustic industrial piece. It might fit nicely in a living room, den, office, or bedroom. The base is heavy and wide enough that you won’t have to worry about the table’s stability. $125.
I found this item curbside just half a block from my house in the Glover Park neighborhood of D.C. and considered it quite a lucky find, given its potential—no matter what disparaging things my wife may have said about “that dirty old thing.” It looks like it had lived outside an awfully long time, as the wooden top was rotten away. I removed the bit that remained intact, cleaned up the base and stem with a wire brush, and sprayed on a few coats of clear satin polyurethane to maintain and protect the existing “patina.” I bought a new round wooden table top from Home Depot, stained it, brushed on a few coats of Minwax water-based clear satin Polycrylic, and attached it to the top bracket with a few new screws. It was a pretty quick and easy project, and I hope you like the results as much as I do.
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