This wonderful coffee table named Mare (sea) was created using an elegant stained glass window that was removed from a Victorian home located in Dayton, Ohio. This particular home is located in that city’s Oregon District. The colors of this glass are exquisite with their deep and rich turquoise and blue. This piece features 9 jewels with the center jewel being the largest in milky white, two jewels are in garnet and six in green. The legs are also constructed of maple with a mid-century modern look. The table is constructed of maple and stained with Old Master’s fruitwood stain and finished with durable lacquer. The inside edge of the table is accented with an English Chestnut stain, which frames the antique stained glass.
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. This table measures 21" deep x 42" wide x 17" high.
Bella Donna (beautiful lady) is a unique coffee table that is constructed of maple and finished with a clear lacquer. This table is complemented by its unusual antique wrought iron legs depicting a woman's face and bust with a claw foot. This transom stained glass window was salvaged from a 1900 Pittsburgh mansion. This is truly a one of a kind piece.
This table measures 20" deep x 53" wide x 17" 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.
PAPAVERI (poppies) was created with this beautiful stained glass window salvaged from a Cincinnati mansion built in the 1800's. The glass has been preserved in this contemporary accent table which is made of white oak with a rich ebony finish. The finish allows the true beauty of the wood to show through while accentuating the colors of the opalescent stained glass and wonderful red poppies. The tapered legs add to the simple elegance of this table design.
This table measures 20-1/2" wide x 43 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.
PIZZO (lace) is a classic accent or console table thatwas created using an elegant reclaimed stained glass window from an 1890-1900 Pittsburgh mansion. The glass was designed and created bywell known Rudy Brothers of Pittsburgh. The intricately carved,cherry wood table legs are reclaimed 1870's with bronze talons grasping a 2-1/2" glass ball. They have been refinished with an elegant mahogany tone to bring out the original beauty. The table frame surrounding the stained glass is made of cherry. Over 20 jewels in varying shapes are used to accentuate the delicate and intricate design of this window. Richopalescent glass with hues of blue, green, brown, beige, pink and purple create the lace design of this beautiful glass.
This tables measures 24" wide, 41" 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.
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This end table named Gemella (twin), is constructed of walnut and finished with a rich ebony stain. This stained glass window was salvaged from a 1917 Detroit (Hamtramck) home. Hamtramck was named for the French-Canadian soldier Jean Francois Hamtramck. German farmers originally settled Hamtramck, but Polish immigrants flooded into the area when the Dodge Brothers plant opened in 1914. The glass itself was created in the arts & crafts design of the time. The spindle legs were reclaimed from an old staircase of a turn of the century Cincinnati home.
This tables measures 23-1/4" wide x 27" long x 26" high.