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Current Base selection: Natural steel

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Shaw 56w 20d 30h Desk
base: Natural steel
Item No: 835675


Our Shaw desk is as much a functional office solution as it is a work of art. Each desk features grain patterns as unique as the tree from which it came. Built-in notched drawer pulls add to Shaw's clean look and are easy to grip. Paired with a hand-welded natural steel or stainless steel base, this desk brings a beautiful mix of natural materials that are perfect for an executive or home office.

made in Vermont

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Details of Shaw 56w 20d 30h Desk

  • Dimensions: 56"w 20"d 30"h
  • Floor to Bottom Clearance: 25"h
  • Space Between Legs: 40"w 14"d
  • Leg Thickness: 1"w
  • Drawer Interior: (2) 11.5"w 14.75"d 2.25"h; (1) 23.25"w 14.75"d 2.25"h
  • Drawer Details: full-extension ball-bearing glides; waxed interior
  • Drawer Construction: solid wood front; solid poplar sides; dovetail joinery; wood veneer bottom
  • Product Origin: made in Vermont
  • Material Origin: United States and imported
  • Item Number: 835675
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    • Base: natural steel
    • Finish: lacquer
    • Material Description: Our recycled natural steel is sustainably sourced in the U.S. from 99% recycled raw materials and hand-selected for consistent color and texture. Hand-welding can create unique markings, as well as color change, due to the heating and shaping of the steel. Subtle variations in color, along with the individuality of each craftsperson's work, ensure that no two pieces are alike.
    • Base: natural steel
    • Finish: lacquer
  • Secondary Material: spalted sugarberry
  • Finish: lacquer
  • Material Description: Sugarberry's light golden color is the ideal backdrop for the distinctive grain pattern that results from spalting. Spalting naturally occurs as a tree starts to decline, creating color variations, shading and lines that are unique to each tree and its environment. The trees are harvested at the perfect time to capture this look while maintaining the strength and integrity of the wood.
  • Secondary Material: spalted sugarberry
  • Finish: lacquer