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The Johnny Sprocket table is what you get when you’re dreaming of Johnny Rocket burgers and dismantling of old farm equipment. It’s made from the lower roller of a John Deere model 3800 forage harvester and a factory sprocket model 6036.  This table is both functional and unique. The steel roller has been left intact

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This 1950s Ferguson TO-30 tractor hood was rescued from a farmer’s graveyard in Luray, Virginia. It has been re-purposed into a versatile table that can be used as a console, desk or bar.  Each of the three shelves has been constructed from local reclaimed barn wood.  Rev up your inner-nostalgia with this classic American relic.

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Made from one of the most gnarly moving parts of a forage wagon, the “unloading beater”, these end tables are both functional and add a unique industrial feel to any room.

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These coffee tables are made from steel channel door frames salvaged from an old silo used on a dairy farm in central Virginia.

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Named after the infamous punk rocker, Sid Vicious of the Sex Pistols, the Sid Vicious Side Table is sure to make a statement in any room.

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  The Spencer Desk combines form and function.  Its sleek lines and reclaimed barn wood match any decor.    

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Click here to view more information on the Mason Foot Bench

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Click here to view more information on the Asher Console Table

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Click here to view more information on the Scanlon Coffee Table

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