Table Asia Gallery

Japanese Tables

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Table Asia Gallery gives new life to these antique and vintage Japanese wood panels as artistic Asian tables. These repurposed Japanese ranma, windows, and doors are used to create unique furniture that is sophisticated and contemporary. All our Japanese inspired custom furniture is hand fabricated in San Francisco. Here are some frequently asked questions: Do you do the woodwork? No, all these wood panels are original artifacts from Japan. Are they new? The Japanese ranma and other panels are vintage and antique, dating from the 1890s through the mid 20th century. The table bases are new. What if I don’t see the table I want? The Japanese tables on this page are ready now. Most of our tables are custom made-to-order. If you don’t see what you want on here on the website, just choose the panel that suits you best and order your new table. Can I get the table a specific height? Yes, the table bases are custom made any height you specify. What about the size? The panels are their original sizes and I don’t usually modify them, but I have a big enough selection where we can usually find the size you want. There is also the option of letting the glass extend over the perimeter of the table base, as is does FD 544 at left. That way we can achieve any size table top you desire. Some of the panels look fragile. How do you protect them? All the tables include a glass top. How long does it take to get my Asian table? Of course the tables on this page are available now. Call for delivery information. Custom made tables take 3 to 4 weeks. Can I bring in my own panels and have you make the table base? Absolutely! I love doing something new and different! What are the Asian table bases made of? The custom table bases are made of powder-coated metal. What keeps the metal legs from damaging my floor? All tables include protective “furniture glides’ inserted into the bottom of the table legs. Are the Asian tables heavy? No, the tables are made of hollow ‘square tubing’ and are not heavy at all. Who does the work for you? I am proud to say I still hand fabricate the tables right here in San Francisco. To see more about me go to the About Vince Meyer page. For more FAQS click here.

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