The interlaced pattern of the wood components in the Gaelic
Collection allude to the classic charm of olde world Ireland. Measuring
6" square x 35-1/2" tall, available in 7 species, this kitchen island
leg is part of the Brown Wood Gaelic collection. Already sanded and
ready to finish or paint. Crafted to recall the timeless charm of the
Irish countryside. Consider using paint grade, for DIY projects when
painting your own legs.
Height: 35-1/2"Material: Wood (unfinished) - Sanded, ready to finish in either stain or paint.Alder, Cherry, Hard Maple, Paint Grade, Red Oak, Walnut, White OakFinely crafted in the USA from North American HardwoodsDesigns of Distinction from Brown Wood ProductsThe large diameter Gaelic Island leg has a 6" block-end, allowing you to attach to an apron or shelf.Can be trimmed up to 1" for uneven floors and still fit standard cabinets.See matching and related wood items in the Gaelic Collection.These oversized columns are perfect for large kitchen islands or dining tables.Can be cut by end user for shorter heights300 lbs vertical load rating per legAttaches via wood screws, nails or glue by end userSold as single leg
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