Alley Cat, 82x43x32, Metal Legs
original Rat Pack. The bowling alley can be seen in the backdrop of many famous movies from this era. RENOVATION The bowling alley closed in 1948 and was
Crafted from a 1930's Reclaimed Douglas Fir Bowling Alley and Old-Growth Redwood. THE STORY BEHIND THE ALLEY CAT In March of 1937, the Hollywood Recreation
Clark passed away in 2010 and his entire residence was put up for auction. ALLEY CAT | DESIGN Animal Lead Designer, Jenkin, found the lanes in 2014 and
Bowling alley Bar Table
$2,950
100% custom bar table crafted from bowling alley lane and early 1900's cast iron rivoter legs
Reclaimed Bowling Alley Countertop
We crafted this island top for a reclaimed bowling alley sourced by our sister company Pioneer Millworks. Care was taken to maintain the original lane
BOWLING ALLEY DINING TABLE
$2,600
This re-purposed piece of bowling alley, was left as authentic as possible to leave the original character of the product, and custom built steel base
BOWLING ALLEY DINING TABLE
$2,600
This re-purposed piece of bowling alley, was left as authentic as possible to leave the original character of the product, and custom built steel base
BOWLING ALLEY DINING TABLE
$2,600
This re-purposed piece of bowling alley, was left as authentic as possible to leave the original character of the product, and custom built steel base
Rat Pack, 120x45x32, Metal Legs
original Rat Pack. The bowling alley can be seen in the backdrop of many famous movies from this era. RENOVATION The bowling alley closed in 1948 and was
Crafted from a 1930's Reclaimed Douglas Fir Bowling Alley and Old-Growth Redwood. THE STORY BEHIND THE RAT PACK In March of 1937, the Hollywood Recreation
observer's eyes toward the beautiful grain of the Douglas Fir. FINISH Each Alley Cat is lightly finished and sealed with a matte wax. This type of finish
Lenox Tin Can Alley 9 1/4-Inch Rim Soup Bowl
$19.99
Lenox Tin Can Alley is a tableware pattern that promises to be a popular choice for those who want style and substance. Tin Can Alley includes place setting
Lenox Tin Can Alley 64-Ounce Serving Bowl
$79.99
Lenox Tin Can Alley is a tableware pattern that promises to be a popular choice for those who want style and substance. Tin Can Alley includes place setting
Gutterball Dining Table
$2,495
only support that could match the historic significance of reclaimed bowling alley wood, the I-beam. The perfect dining, conference or chef's table when
Repurposed Artifacts
$595
contains a newly added rock hard maple wood inset top salvaged from an old bowling alley lane. measures 25 x 25 x 38 inches.
Angenäm Bowl
$24.99
I love the Angenäm bowl. It looks high end and makes a great accessory/catchall. And I've seen an
The gold inside of this bowl is right up my alley.
Gutterball Table
$2,495
Made from reclaimed bowling lanes, available in a variety of sizes and ecofriendly stains. This table is our most popular. A real strike for sustainable
sustainable design. Handcrafted from vintage heart pine bowling lanes. Reclaimed steel legs. Made in Brooklyn, NY. Ships everywhere.
Reclaimed bowling lane....Bowling alley wood table...winner .. bowling alley
Evan's Kitchen
$1,690
colors in wood top; would be cool if this was a piece of wood from a bowling alley floor or some other interesting game floor
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