Variety of Glass Pendants

In order from left to right in first photo:
$160, SOLD, $170, $160

We love they way these pendants all look together- The mismatched shades and brass hardware feel both elegant and unusual when grouped, but we love the uniqueness of each one on their own, too! Each pendant can be wired into ceiling or as a plug.
In order: 10″ from base to tip, 11″, 10″, 10″

Minimal White Pendant

$160

This is a seriously minimalistic pendant! The sleek, white cylinder shade against a tiny sliver of dark, smooth wood and just a touch of hardware make this a statement lighting piece without being too loud. With an already wired plug, we think this pendant could work in so many different ways.
4 diam x 13 height to chord

Cedar and Fir Big Beam Blocks

$225 Each

A new generation of big beam blocks! Liz used both fir with a white stain and cedar this time, adding beautifully handcut metal butterflies. On wheels, like our original series of Big Beam Blocks, these blocks are functional in an endless number of ways.
The following measurements are in order from left to right in group photo:
Fir with white stain, 17 x 12 x 17
Fir with white stain, 12 x 11 x 29.5
Cedar, 22.5 x 9.75 x 18.5

Live Edge Console Table (Large)

$850

This version of our Live Edge Console Table has some seriously special attributes. Liz handmade two metal butterflies out of angle iron and legs out of scrap table legs. The unique live edge top is what brings this piece all together! Love this piece but it feels a little large for your space? Check out our small Live Edge Console Table!
65.5×12.75×28.5

Cedar and Structural Steel Bench

SOLD!

A slightly different take on Liz’s Cedar and Steel Bench– The structural, angular steel legs coupled with the beautifully dense cedar block creates a bench that has some serious presence (and weight)! Oh, the possibilities!
Ask us about a custom bench with a similar set of steel legs!
53.5 x 13.5 x 19

The Food Temple Sign

 

$800

This is a seriously special piece. Found in a basement here on Market Street in downtown Northampton, this 13 foot long wooden sign hung outside of ‘The Food Temple’- a grocery store- on what was Pleasant Street in 1923! Underneath the green text are the words ‘Reardon’s Grocery,’ which we know predates ‘The Food Temple,’ though by how many years we don’t know! Beauitfully preserved and full of local history- just how we like it!!
13 ft x 20 in.