Bellwright Console Table

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Bellwright Console Table

1,090.00

This handmade console table includes a foundry pattern frame with salvage bearing cap feet.  Original hand painted numbers and markings are still visible and indicate instructions for pattern fit-up in the foundry. 60" x 16" x 32" tall.  3/8" tempered glass top.

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York Manufacturing began making large scale icehouse machinery in the late 1800s.  Buildings 48-51 of this plant now house Salvaging Creativity's workshop.   This yellow foundry pattern was used to form a baffle inside early commercial refrigeration compressors.  One of our many uniquely shaped wooden foundry patterns, this was cast into old pressure caps on some of the worlds first large scale ice making equipment.  These machines brought us ice cream, cold beer, air conditioning and led to your home refrigerator.   Originally turned by steam power, these old parts were designed by hand with pride, down to the bearing caps that serve as feet to this console.