Item sold on 2020-09-27 - Shipped on 2020-10-01
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Salvaged from a carpenter's workshop, this well worn carpenter's woodworking workbench was hand crafted about 1890. Signed "Eugene Dietzen Co., Chicago and New York," it would be an interesting farmhouse style kitchen island, wine and cheese tasting table or planting bench.
Solid maple hardwood, the restored finish is in excellent condition, preserving loads of antique character - dings, stains and wear. There is a recessed well to keep tools and parts from rolling away.
Two clamping vises still work on giant wooden screws. Holes in the top were for movable posts when gluing projects. The rock solid base is secured with iron bolts.
The top lifts off for easier handling of this American made historic and functional furniture.
Measurements are 84" long overall including the vise handle, 75" without and 36" wide including the handle, 24" without, and 36" tall.
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