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Nautical Table - Nautical Desk - Nautical Furniture

'Nautical Table from restored WW2 Liberty Ship Hatch Cover Nautical Table as part of a Bench, Pew, Table Set

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Nautical Hatch Cover Table or Nautical Desk
Can be used as an Eat In Kitchen Table or Executive's Captain's Desk.
Includes Hatch Cover and Nautical Trestle!
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60"x29"x2.5" and 31" High From Floor to Desk/Table Top - 125lbs - Complete Desk Top or Table Kit Ready For Assembly! Beautifully restored authentic WW2 Liberty Ship Hatch Cover sitting on a painstakingly hand crafted Trestle with a Nautical Flair! First class craftsmanship befitting any Captain or nautical minded Executive! Perfect as a kitchenette table in a small alcove or eat-in-kitchen, or as the centerpiece Office Desk in a nautical theme or decor home office.
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Whether it be one a Nautical Coffee Table, Nautical Table, Nautical Bench or Pew, or a Nautical Desk made from restored 60 year old WW2 Liberty Ship Hatch Wooden Hatch Covers you will be very pleased with both the quality and durability of this nautical furniture to add to your nautical decor. The above photo's show the nautical table/desk along with 2 other companion pieces - the bench and the pew, both made from the planks of WW2 Liberty Ship Hatch Covers. Sometimes we get these hatch covers where all we can salvage is one or two planks. As you know these hatch covers sailed the world over on our Merchant Marine Fleet of Liberty and Victory Ships during WW2 and afterwards some were decommissioned and put into what was called the "Moth Ball Fleets" stragetically placed around the country. Other Liberty Ships were sold to private shipping companies and given or sold to other countries where they saw service up until the 1960's. So as you can see these hatch covers have plenty of wear and tear from the oceans and seas they sailed upon.

BTW, these hatch covers are child proof! Nothing can destroy them! So if you are seeking a fine piece of authentic vintage nautical furniture which will take further use, and be turned into a family heirloom handed down from generation to generation then this is it!

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Why just get a shadow box or a newly made trunk with no history! One of our 100+ Year Old Nautical Antique Trunks can be used for both a Shadow Box and Storage Chest for your Uniforms, Photograph Albums, and Memorabilia!

The Pirate's Lair
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78 Canterbury Drive
Stafford, Virginia 22554
Phone: 540-659-6209
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