Piccola Tartaruga Accent Table


                                 








PICCOLA TARTARUGA (little turtle) is an elegant accent table that is constructed of oak and finished with a rich English chestnut stain.  This transom stained glass window was salvaged from an old church in Michigan.  The claw feet legs were salvaged from an old table from the late 1800’s and are also constructed of oak. The finish complements the glass beautifully.

This tables measures 17" wide x 38" long x 30" high. Added
beauty is given to the glass by the addition of LED lighting with an on/off dimmer switch that is cleverly hidden on the underside of the table. An optional battery pack with 9 hours of power can be used in place of wall plug

Uccello Accent Table / Desk












This wonderful console table named UCCELLO (bird) was created using an elegant reclaimed stained glass window from an 1890's Detroit home.  The reclaimed 1800's white oak table legs are intricately carved and beautiful. The bronze gargoyle faced talon feet grasp a 3" glass ball.  The legs were meticulously refinished to bring back their original beauty. The meticulous table frame surrounding the stained glass is made of white oak as well to match the wood of the legs and stained with a rich  mahogany finish.  The colors used in this window are rich and wonderful and enhance the beautiful and delicate bird painted in the center.  Eight round jewels adorn the glass design.
 
This tables measures 55" wide, 25" deep and 30-1/2" high. 

Duomo Accent Table / Desk










DUOMO (cathedral) is a console table / desk that is constructed of solid oak and finished in black lacquer.  This transom stained glass window was salvaged from an early 1900's Cincinnati home.  This century old glass has a more contemporary styling with its geometric design, subtle colors and textured glass. This style is complemented with the repurposed antique industrial legs that have a black lacquer finish. The industrial legs are adjustable.


This tables measures 21" wide, 47-1/2" long x 28" high


Tulipani Accent Table / Desk











TULIPANI (tulips) is a classic accent table, which can also be used as a secretary, that is constructed of walnut and finished with a rich English chestnut stain to enhance the design.  This stained glass was salvaged from an early 1900's Cincinnati mansion. We used spindles as the legs that were removed from an enormous staircase from another mansion. These lovely tulip designs are accentuated by leaves cut from a rich tone of opalescent glass.  The remaining opalescent glass is cut to emulate the tulip bulbs.

This tables measures 24-1/4" wide x 42" long x 30" high. Added beauty is given to the glass by the addition of LED lighting with an on/off dimmer switch that is cleverly hidden on the underside of the table. An optional battery pack with 9 hours of power can be used in place of wall plug.

Accent Table and Desk Collection

Mandorla Accent Table / Desk











This wonderful console table named MANDORLA (almond) was created using an elegant reclaimed stained glass window from an 1890's Cincinnati mansion.  The reclaimed 1870's white oak table legs are rare and absolutely fantastic. The bronze talons grasps a 3" glass ball.  The legs were meticulously refinished to bring back their original beauty. The meticulous table frame surrounding the stained glass is made of white oak as well to match the wood of the legs and stained with a rich walnut finish.  The five colors used in this window are emblematic of those colors used in the late 1800's. These rich and wonderful colors are enhanced by the varying textures of the glass; rippled, smooth and opalescent. Two round jewels adorn the center design.
 
This tables measures 23" wide, 53-1/2" long and 30-1/2" high.  Added beauty is given to the glass by the addition of LED lighting with an on/off dimmer switch that is cleverly hidden on the underside of the table. An optional battery pack with 9 hours of power can be used in place of wall plug.

Espresso Accent Table














The delicate design of this antique art glass salvaged from an early 1900s Bungalow in Cincinnati, Ohio provides the source of inspiration for our design of this elegant accent table. Once the removal of the art glass from its original window framing was complete, the glass was meticulously cleaned and reinforced for durability. To accent the art glass’s graceful design we choose solid walnut for the construction of the table surround and legs to enhance it’s design. Then to finish the table and pull all the design elements together we choose a rich and bold Italian Espresso stain. This table is back lit to enhance the colors and the intricate design and color of this art glass. The lighting is hidden from view and includes is dimmer control and rechargeable battery pack to allow placement anywhere in the room or can be plugged directly into a wall outlet. A piece of protective tempered glass is added to the top to protect the art glass underneath. We give each of our tables an Italian name. Espresso is a perfect name for this accent table because of the rich wood finish used to complete this work. 

This tables measures 37" long,  19" wide and 30" high.

Vaso Accent Table











This wonderful console table named VASO (vase) was created using a beautiful reclaimed stained glass window from a 1900's Detroit mansion.  The reclaimed 1890's white oak table legs are rare and absolutely fantastic. The cast bronze feet complement the glass beautifully. The table frame surrounding the stained glass is made of white oak as well to match the wood of the legs and stained with a rich walnut finish.  The colors used in this window are emblematic of those colors used in the early 1900's.
 
This tables measures 35-1/4" long, 21-1/4" wide and 30-1/2" high. 


An accent table is used to complement a room's décor and often times used in the entrance to a home. The term comes from a meaning of the word accent, which means stress or emphasis.  This piece usually makes a statement.

An accent tables goes beyond mere functionality, and is often used for its decorative value above all. You may not even need it, but it draws the eye in and creates a bit of excitement, much like an accent color. Its purpose is to add color and definition to an interior space.

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Tela Accent Table







TELA (web) named for the web design in the center was made using a reclaimed window from a Pittsburgh estate built in 1907.  We selected cherry wood to match the 1870's cherry swirl legs with talons and glass ball to create this accent table. The table is finished in a lovely mahogany tone to bring out the brilliance of the opalescent and textured glass. The rare, raised tortoise shell jewel in the center adds to the charm and elegance of this classic piece.

This table measures 19" wide, 33" long and 30" high.  Added beauty is given to the glass by the addition of LED lighting with an on/off dimmer switch that is cleverly hidden on the underside of the table. An optional battery pack with 9 hours of power can be used in place of wall plug.
 

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