Item No. #CT-CLA-CUST-1

Retail Price: $6,500.00
Blackened Steel
Blackened Steel

Lead Time: 16-18 Weeks

Our Clasp design was initially designed as a desk. It was inspired by a coffee table in our home. We had a thick rounded slab of wood that needed a frame to hold it so we designed a base with round hand wrought clasps. The Clasp Table today utilizes flat steel for production.

This coffee table will be made of either 3" x .75" or 2" x .5" cold rolled steel, depending on the table size. All cold rolled steel products provide a superior surface finish, and are superior in tolerance, concentricity, and straightness when compared to hot rolled. For custom sizes, please inquire. Suitable for indoor use only. An RT Facts Design made by hand in our Kent, Connecticut workshop.

Materials: Steel; cast stone; linen

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Cold Rolled Steel

Our cold rolled steel products provide an excellent surface finish, and are superior in tolerance, concentricity, and straightness when compared to hot rolled. The material is susceptible to scratching but we believe it gets better with age as each scratch, scuff and ding builds patina and shapes the story the piece has to tell.


Our linen table tops are made of natural linen fabric which are hand cut and placed then sealed with multiple coats of polyurethane to create a durable, contract-grade impervious surface. Coffee and Dining Tables have the option of one piece of linen or multiple, creating a (Piet) Mondrian pattern.

Polished Cast Stone

Polished Cast Stone is a sealed, non-porous man-made stone and is our recommended material for table tops that require the utmost durability for indoor and outdoor use. This material can be cast thin or thick, the latter having the underside routed out to lessen the weight.
If sealed for outdoor use, your polished cast stone piece may be left outside in the elements twelve months out of the year. For best longevity, we recommend bringing it indoors or into a sheltered area during cold months of freezing and thawing to prevent chipping and cracking.