Here for sale is a fantastic antique sewing machine legs with a marble top. The legs are made from cast iron and salvaged from an antique sewing machine made by 'New Home'. New Home was founded by Thomas H. White and William L. Grout. Both were working in the chair manufacturing business and noticed that the sewing machine was fast becoming a popular tool for the American seamstress.
This salvaged piece is a marriage of the cast iron legs and stunning white marble top. The rare legs have the name New Home cast on the treadle and sides, and have a wonderful look to them. The marble is in excellent condition and is a perfect table to use in a bathroom or bedroom to add real character and personality to an interior.
There is a chip to the corner of the marble top. Shows signs of wear and tear as it is old and has been used, but only adds to its character. Great decorative item which would look fantastic in any home or business interior.
Please look at photos closely as they form part of the item description.
top 102 cm width, 38 cm depth, 5 cm height
base 52 cm width, 44 cm depth, 73 cm total height of table
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