The Outdoor Occasional Table’s Slab has been twice repurposed from
an exceptionally beautiful off-cut of Red Gum timber. It was originally used as a base for a Grinder
circa 1950’s, hence the holes where the grinder was screwed onto the timber.
The natural grains and astonishing range of colours, due to age
and exposure to the elements are exceptional.
This stunning table has been lovingly hand tooled to realize the full potential of the
beautiful timber by Artisan Geoff Simpson, who loves to create a fusion with timber
and recycled metal resulting in unique pieces filled with history, character & life.
Each sustainably produced piece of furniture is a truly unique, one-off,
with zero impact on the environment.
The stand has been repurposed from vintage farming and household equipment.
Specifically the base from a Flat Belt Pulley circa 1900’s
and re-purposed cast iron pot-stand legs circa 1940’s.