1700's Single Plank Cabin Door Coffee Table
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Rugged yet cultured, a bit down-home and a bit city-a single plank poplar cabin from an old settlement circa 1700's. Adorned with a hole where the wood latch resided producing many years of wear. Once hinged by leather now extinct are the hand forged nails still in view. Resting upon salvaged white oak base from a barn in Southern Indiana dated back to late 1800's. Edges of wood enhanced with antique patina, assembled with mortise and tenon joinery, while hand forged steel rivets that display every striking of the hammer. Each piece is 100% handcrafted and reclaimed wood from the rolling hills. Even though the cabin door doesn't speak, it has years of stories to share including hand carved initials which one will stumble upon inscribed underneath. This piece is an absolute keeper of yesteryear and waiting to be shared by many. Just like those carvings were meant to be forever. As an artist I consider this plank the "holy grail" of barn doors! Therefore, truly difficult to part ways with this treasured piece of workmanship.
Dimensions: 73" L X 29" W X 18" H
Materials: Salvaged Wood