Vintage Industrial Folding Table Stand Base Salvage Machine Age Coffee Metal Leg
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Vintage Industrial Folding Table Stand Base Salvage Machine Age Coffee Metal Leg:
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This as a very unique pair of industrial folding stands. They are made of steel and the light color you see isn't paint, it's cement, just a thin layer. They apparently were used as some type base or stand in cement work.
The tops aren't perfectly level, one side is a little taller than the other, and one table is a little taller than the other but you can compensate for that pretty easily.
Standing as in the 1st picture they measure between 15 1/2" to 16" tall, 19 to 19 1/2" wide, by 18" side to side. Folded up as pictured in the 4th picture they measure about 24" tall.
They have all kinds of wear and personality, surface rust, spatters of cement of course, but they are good and solid. They do have a couple of small rust holes that you can see in the last 2 pictures where water most likely got trapped inside, these spots are facing down out of view when standing and do not compromise their structure, and they could be cosmetically patched with plaster and sand to match the cement look.
I've seen a lot of interesting industrial pieces but I've never seen a pair like this. They could be used as separate small tables, or each end of a long table, or come up with your own useful decor approach.
See my other sales for all kinds of weird junk! Please ask before the sale ends if you have ANY questions!
While my general return policy is NO RETURNS, I am VERY easy to work with and if I've made a mistake I will fully cover it, and if you just aren't satisfied I will work with you as best as I can. I believe I describe my items as well as I can, and if I make a mistake I will cover it.
response:Well about once every 2 years I run into someone completely unreasonable on here, this last one was one of the worst. Please read the sale and look at the pictures. if it's not mentioned, pictured or alluded to in any way, it's probably not going to be in the sale. If you have a problem with what you received, please contact me, but please don't get nasty in the 1st email before I even get a chance to figure out what the problem is. Getting nasty, lying to and in response is childish, and in the end won't get you anywhere. I am so easy to work with when the person on the other end is reasonable, but when I get called deceitful for sending them exactly what was bought, well, it kind of takes the fun out of this.
I have always had great response and will do my very best to work with everyone. Butthe changes made a while back have given those people out there with no communication skills a right to kill. I received someresponse quite a while back from people who, if they had contacted me first, there wouldn't have been a problem. One person even waited a week to pay me, then complained with response that I was slow in shipping when I had shipped the day after receiving payment. One fellow complained of broken pieces when I had actually just put some extra pieces in that weren't included in the sale in case the buyer could salvage something. That's the payment for trying to be nice I guess.
In a nutshell, if you receive something from me and are unsatisfied, please just talk with me.Sometimes emails don't find the person they are sent to, so even call if you need to. I am not a cranky person, but I'm getting there slowly as bad policy and bad communicators are hurting my selling reputation. Thanks for your good communication in advance.