The Moby Table from Angela Adams

Feb. 24, 2014

The Moby table from Angela Adams is inspired by its namesake: the American novel Moby Dick. The definitive shape and angles pays tribute to the story and represents the power of nature. The table was designed by Sherwood Hamill and is handcrafted in Portland, ME. Dimensions are 95 W x 15 H x 30 D but all Angela Adams pieces are customizable.


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