The Boeing 777 Wheel Coffee Table by Fallen Furniture Looks Stunning!
When creativity has no limits, you see awesome pieces of art, like this Boeing 777 Wheel Coffee Table made by Fallen Furniture. Now that’s the art I was talking about!
This coffee table was created from decommissioned aircraft parts, an actual Boeing 777 wheel to be more specific.
You have to give them credit, because the coffee table looks pretty stunning if you ask me.
The coffee table is an original piece of furniture and was entirely hand polished. It comes in a single version, which took about 150 hours to complete.
A genuinely stunning piece of engineering beauty, these fantastic items are limited to less than five a year due to their rarity.
Beautifully intricate and distinctive, this wheel undergoes our painstakingly meticulous preparation and hand-finishing process, taking over 120 hours and resulting in a striking highly polished surface, with detailing picked out in perfectly complementing, almost irridescent blue.
The wheel interior is powder coated black and sitting on top is a 40” piece of toughened glass, completing a truly desirable piece of aviation art.
The perfect piece if you are looking for something unique and original to bring into your home.
The founding brothers Harry and Benjamin Tucker did something amazing with this coffee table.
Instead of using bits of ancient wood, they have carefully sorted through reclaimed aircraft parts from all the corners of the glob to shape them into unique pieces of furniture.
Their current collection feature salvaged parts from both civilian and military planes, and include a handful of stunning coffee tables.
Each piece of their collection is created as a tribute to aviation heritage and engineering, and none of the parts come from planes that have crashed.
Apart from tables made from aircraft wheels, the collection includes a variety of clocks, desks, and light fixtures.
The clocks are made from the window sections of a Boeing 737 fuselage, and the wall-mounted accent lights are crafted from leading edge slats of an Airbus A380 wing.
Considering that some of these pieces can take up to 150 hours to complete, and the unique materials they use aren’t easy to get, pricing and availability varies from piece to piece.
We don’t know for sure how much each piece is priced, but if you are interested you can contact the company directly for bespoke requests and price quotes. You can do it here: fallenfurniture.com