1880's Reproduction industrial Cart

April 20th, 2012 in member junk     
7 users recommend

We were approached to build a reproduction of an 1880's Industrial Cart that a client had seen at a large hardware retailer, that had a very hefty price tag. I had already built a very cool harvest table out of some old sawmill lumber for them, and they wanted to compliment that project.
This cart is built from douglas fir, with a douglas fir flooring top, two heavy drawers, it is 5 feet long, 34 inches high, and 20 inches deep. All of the hardware is new production, but I stripped it all down from a bright and shiny look, and gave it a rusty patina (through a very simple household chemical process). All the hardware is finished in a matte lacquer, and the entire project is sealed with a catalyzed medium rubbed effect laquer.

Pattern or design used: My own design - 1880's Industrial Cart Reproduction
posted in: member junk, wood, furniture, industrial, brown, table, cart, industrial cart, reproduction

Comments (4)

gadgetsponge writes: Perfect! Really is eye catching and looks old right out of the gate. Love the casters and large drawers. Posted: 6:39 am on April 25th
sassycass writes: This is amazing! I love that it has wheels . . very functional. Posted: 8:11 pm on April 23rd
annebell writes: Amazing! It looks very authentic! Posted: 5:08 pm on April 23rd
Bec4 writes: Wow, very cool and authentic looking! Posted: 8:44 pm on April 20th
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