Wheeler & Wilson Sewing Machine Table - Upcycled - Late 19th to Early 20th Century
Upcycled Wheeler & Wilson Sewing Table. Teak top, cast iron base




Iron & Wood


Late 19th to Early 20th Century

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Width: 80cmHeight: 75cmDepth: 40cmWeight: 25kg

About the product

This Wheeler & Wilson sewing machine table is rectangular, about 75 cm high, 80 cm wide, and 40 cm long.

Originally designed as a sewing table, this console table retains its classic elements while adapting to modern needs.

The top of this upcycled piece is made of teak which has a deep, reddish-brown colour that exudes warmth and character. Its surface is smooth and well-polished, which feels cool to the touch.

The table has a cast iron stand base with two-foot pedals in the shape of shoes and originally there would have been leather straps to hold the operator’s feet in place.

These thread plates are connected to a wheel and the wheel was originally attached to the sewing machine with a wide flat leather belt allowing the user to operate the machine by foot.

The table stands on four sturdy iron legs that provide stability.

With its compact size, it serves as a practical workspace or a stylish accent in any room. The table's nostalgic appeal adds a touch of vintage elegance to your home décor.

Can be used as a sink base in your bathroom, a side table in your living room, or a decorative hallway console table.

Wheeler & Wilson was an American company that produced sewing machines. The company was started as a partnership between Allen B. Wilson and Nathaniel Wheeler after Wheeler agreed to help Wilson mass-produce a sewing machine he designed. The two launched their enterprise in the early 1850s.