There is no place else where you can find contiguous 18’ planks of old growth teak. This teak was harvested from Burma’s forests around the time Teddy Roosevelt became president in 1901. By that time the wood had already matured in the forests north of Rangoon for the better part of 100 years. This is heirloom teak-which does not grow anymore-not because it can’t but because humans don’t let it. We salvaged these 2”thick by 8”wide by 18’ long teak boards from the structural frame of a defunct granary built by the British around 1902-1908. Rather than cut them up, we’ve made tables unique in the world today. We’ve put a light matte-clear coating on some and left others natural. We lightly sanded each plank to insure against splinters and left all of the original character. We have five of these in the USA. Three have optional metal frames attached with trapezoid black steel legs. If requested, we can fill holes either with clear epoxy or teak plugs. Contact us for more details.
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Techtona provided recycled teak for the counters & benches for Fairleigh Dickinson University’s new pedestrian bridge. The product is high quality, reasonably priced and arrived on schedule. Extremely durable, sustainable and beautiful!
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I’m a furniture designer and work for an architecture firm. I’ve sourced reclaimed teak from Techtona for projects at work and for my own studio practice. I used their teak for a large exterior site bench and was struck by the quality of the
Supplied reclaimed teak from Burma for a project in the Turks and Caicos Islands. Everything was shipped on time and very well organized and packed. There was no damage to the merchandise.
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Hamilton, NJ 08619
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