Furniture Factory Cart by Restoration Hardware

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The factory cart is an early American 1900s industrial original once used to transport furniture, fabric and supplies across the factory floor. Now, it’s been restored for a different purpose by a Northern California craftsman. Each cart is a vintage original and no two are exactly alike.

Original cast iron wheels, bolts and plates are still used to hold up the solid white oak. Tops have been cleaned and oiled but still bear marks of its history and may have nicks and imperfections. 

More images after the jump.

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Buy It: $910 at Restoration Hardware


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3 Comments
  • POFA

    I think these cart coffee tables are amazing and unique

    March 29, 2009 at 9:49 am
  • mgamotis

    Hello,
    I just wanted to let readers know that I sell these same carts in original condition, fully refinished, and custom. I provide safe and reliable shipping to the continental USA and Canada. I also send pictures of your exact cart before shipping to make sure it is exactly what you want. I am one of the few who LEVELS AND STABILIZES these carts. Please do not hesitate to ask any questions either by phone or email. Also please check out my site: http://www.antiquefactorycartcoffeetables.com Thank you for supporting a small hardworking business…. in return I will provide you with the exact qualities you want in your unique cart coffee table with unbeatable customer service. Thank you for your time and business, Michael Gamotis [email protected] (251) -591-7669

    September 29, 2009 at 8:26 am
  • dominic

    A furniture outlet can be a terrific way to outfit your home or office in comfort and style at a low cost. Outlet stores have been around for years now and have been a way for anyone, but especially bargain shoppers to get the brand name and top of the line products such as clothing, shoes and even pots and pans, at lower prices than they would find at a regular retailer. The manufacturers are able to do this by cutting out some of the middlemen and selling more directly to the consumer.

    December 10, 2009 at 2:28 am