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Introducing a true one-of-a-kind gem for your home - a salvaged antique cast iron sewing table base married with a removable vintage drawer top creating a unique table. This piece is a labor of love and a testament to the timeless beauty of bygone eras. It is a piece that not only enhances your decor but also adds a touch of elegance and practicality to your daily life.
Its versatility knows no bounds. During the warm summer months, it transforms into a charming herb drying station, ensuring your garden's bounty is beautifully organized. And when the seasons change, it effortlessly becomes a canvas for displaying your favorite seasonal decorations.
The substantial cast iron sewing table base, a relic from the late 19th century, crafted by the skilled artisans of the White Sewing Machine Company. Originally designed to house the first electric sewing machines, it now finds new life as a striking foundation sitting on its original cast iron casters.
The vintage drawer, with its richly stained appearance, exudes character and rustic charm. This timeless piece boasts its original built-in compartments, offering a touch of nostalgia while remaining utterly functional. It sits atop the cast iron base with ease, allowing you to seamlessly transport your precious contents from the garden to your home or from room to room.
Dimensions overall: 30-3/4”W x 33-1/4”T x 14”D
Dimensions drawer top: 30-3/4”W x 5-1/4”T x 14”D
Dimensions iron base: 19-1/2”W x 28”T x 16-1/4”D
Weight: 39 lbs.
The base does not have a treadle because it was designed for the first electric sewing machines
Drawer top has one (1) original metal pull
Base has original (2) cast iron casters.
Made of solid wood and iron.
There is evidence of age, use and wear. Please review all pictures closely.
Price is for one table. Décor pictured with table not included.
More about the White Sewing Machine Co.:
Thomas White initiated sewing machine production in 1858 in Templeton, Massachusetts. The company later relocated to Cleveland in 1866 and formally incorporated as the White Sewing Machine Co. in 1876. One of their significant contributions to the sewing machine industry was the introduction of the White Family Rotary model in the late 1890s, which went on to become their most popular sewing machine, remaining in production until the 1950s.
White Sewing Machine Co. also manufactured sewing machines for other companies, including Sears Roebuck. In 1926, the company's name changed to White Sewing Machine Corp. However, by the 1950s, the business began to decline due to the availability of foreign-made sewing machines in the United States, marking a shift in the sewing machine industry landscape.
NOTE ON THIS ITEM This item was repurposed; therefore, it is not perfect or new. This item was previously loved and sold in perfectly imperfect shape unless otherwise noted in listing. Actual color(s) may slightly differ on your monitor/screen compared to in-person due to a difference in resolution and/or color settings.
CARE INSTRUCTIONS As with any antique item, care instructions include not immersing in water to clean but simply wipe with a slightly damp, non-abrasive cloth. To help remove fingerprints simply buff furniture with a soft cloth.
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WARNING As one should with any large/heavy piece of furniture shared in a household with small children, please install a Furniture Anti-Tipping Kit to the back of this piece to avoid tipping.