This fun and rustic dual-tier table came from the Mt. Angel Benedictine Convent and dates to the 1930’s. Used as a work table by the sisters, the tiered construction is visually interesting and makes for a fun piece of furniture. The black tabletops contrast nicely with the oak base, which has a handsomely aged patina and features three drawers and a pull-out shelf.
Upper Tier is 36.75″ high
Lower Tier is 30.75″ high