This reclaimed oak and iron tray were inspired by an old barn renovation. The oak was used on the walls of the stalls, adding to the patina of the wood. The twisted iron suggests barbed wire you would find in this rustic setting.
A custom made forge and tools are used to heat the metal until it glows red. At that point, it is removed, hammered, and twisted on an anvil. Once the metal begins to cool, it is reheated in the forge and the process is repeated until the work is complete.