Inspired by the railroad trestle bridges designed by Thomas and Caleb Pratt during the mid-1800s, the base of this large industrial table highlights the use of enhanced metal diagonals with transverse vertical elements - for added stability. Hence, we dubbed this table after the iconic Pratt Truss designs of yesteryear.
The profound character of this well-built trestle table makes it perfect for offices, restaurants, and other gathering places seeking to add a vintage-industrial centerpiece. Handcrafted from high-grade carbon steel, this intricately handsome base boasts a distressed black finish sealed with matte acrylic enamel.
Exhibiting richly grained textures enhanced by a weathered provincial finish, the 120-inch solid hardwood tabletop and matching stretcher provide perfect aesthetic balance to the trestle-style steel legs. Features:
- Solid acacia hardwood top and stretcher with weathered provincial finish increment the table's overall rustic industrial character.
- Two solid hardwood beams (stretchers) interconnect three distressed-black solid steel trestle leg-segments yielding a very sturdy table base.
- Massive 10-foot long tabletop is 2 inches thick providing a sense of rugged solidarity to the overall design.
- Each base segment comes with integrated adjustable foot-levelers.
Dimensions (inches): 120Lx48Wx30H
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