Barton Hall Desk


Dimensions: 60'' L x 30'' H x 43-49'' W x 1 1/2 '' Thick

A beautifully proportioned desk, made with an especially historic slab of oak. This oak tree was on the property of Barton Hall, an 1840s plantation home in Cherokee, Alabama. When it was downed by a recent storm, Robin Wade and his furniture team came to gather the wood. That process was documented by the famed civil rights photojournalist Charles Moore -- in fact, it was Moore's last photoshoot. You can see Moore's images of the monumental oak being cut up at Barton Hall here: Barton Hall Photo Gallery

This piece is entirely handmade and unique.


Barton Hall Desk

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Barton Hall Desk

6,000.00

Dimensions: 60'' L x 30'' H x 43-49'' W x 1 1/2 '' Thick

A beautifully proportioned desk, made with an especially historic slab of oak. This oak tree was on the property of Barton Hall, an 1840s plantation home in Cherokee, Alabama. When it was downed by a recent storm, Robin Wade and his furniture team came to gather the wood. That process was documented by the famed civil rights photojournalist Charles Moore -- in fact, it was Moore's last photoshoot. You can see Moore's images of the monumental oak being cut up at Barton Hall here: Barton Hall Photo Gallery

This piece is entirely handmade and unique.


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