All of our designs are industrial quality which lends itself well to the restaurant industry. And these are built to order, so plan ahead as we don’t keep these in stock. Lead times vary from 8-12 weeks.
Hostess Stands / POS Station- $2895 – $3400
The Hostess station is usually the first piece your clients will see. Why not make a great first impression? Here are a couple designs which can be customized. These are built to order, not stocked, so place your order in advance of your opening if you want one.
You can see more hostess stands here –> Vintage Industrial Hostess Stands
Ellis POS – $1395 on up
The Ellis design can be built in many different ways and sizes. The first one pictured weighs are 175 lbs and rolls around easily with the casters. Options include doors, drawers, various hardwood tops, casters or legs, etc.
A Frame Table – $1950 on up
This table can be built in dining or bar height, and in just about any size. Available wood for the tops include aged sugar pine, worn oak, walnut, mahogany & cherry, with or without metal riveted trim. And yes, we make dining and bar height chairs too to match.
Hure Table – $4295 on up
I have a love for the old cast iron bases made from the late 1800s to the 1940s. A French machinist named P. Hure built many different lathes and milling machines that stood on them. They are rare and very hard to find, especially in America, so I built this base as a tribute to him. Itâ€™s built with 1/4â€³ thick steel which is the heaviest gauge weâ€™ve used to date. And the large connecting screw has a 2â€³ diameter with a 3â€³ nut that holds the two bases together. Itâ€™s massive and curvy lines blend well to support the 2 3/4â€³ thick worn oak top which is adorned with metal trim and bolted corner protectors. As always, this piece can be customized to suit your needs, with different tops, as a desk with drawers, different heights, colors, etc.
The base is available separately (around $3200) , and we have plans to make this into a coffee and side table.
Crank Table – $5900 on up
This table is a stop sign. Everybody that sees it stops and looks it over.
If you’re looking to make a statement or have a show piece, this might be the answer.
Height adjusts from 25â€³ â€“ 35â€³ with the 2 ton rated screw mechanisms. This piece has a 10â€³ cast iron wheel, crank the wheel and it goes up or down. The top is made of extra heavy gauge plate steel and is accented with metal trim and bolted corners. Or go with a hardwood top.
This entire piece was made by hand in our shop, and is an original design. It is pretty heavy, around 500 lbs. Available in custom sizes, with a wood top, and more.
Â French Column Table – $4500 on up
Inspired by French industrial design, this piece uses 1â€³ solid steel plate for the main supports and is adorned with hundreds of rivets. Massive strength with feminine cures. We can build these for round tops, consoles, desks, dining and conference tables, and more. Weight is around 300-400 lbs per base depending on size.
More Table Designs
Here are some other tables.
Wright Chair – $495 on up
Built to withstand all day use, these weigh 34 – 37 lbs each and have a 1/2″ thick maple ply seat, customizable too. Â Available in dining to counter height, and counter to bar height. Includes a swiveling seat, adjustable height (10″ up and down, locking mechanism on the swivel, tilting back, an aged steel patina, and wood stains from light to dark. The Stool has a solid mahogany seat.
Wright Table – $1595 on up
A Frame Bar Stool
The A Frame stool makes a nice companion for our A Frame table, or any bar height table for that matter. This stool tips the scales at 40 lbs, is 30â€³ in height, has a 16â€³ aged mahogany top, and 2 solid steel 1â€³ thick machine screws for a foot rest. As always, this piece is commercial quality and built to outlast you. Â Priced at $425 each, $1620 for 4, or $4620 for 12.
Signage – Varies With Design
We do custom signs. Here are some examples.