Charleston Forge has a long history of hand-building beautiful, high quality, steel, wood, and leather furniture. We have an extensive catalog of products and do a large amount of custom work and have built product for retailers such as Room & Board, Restoration Hardware, Crate & Barrel and Bloomingdales, just to name a few.
We love our fans and customers. Here is a red hot heart from our forge.
The elegance of handmade.
Handmade in North Carolina.
Shaping solid steel hotter than 1,400 degrees.
Three-quarter inch thick glass tops.
Hand-planed solid wood.
A beautiful combination of materials.
Perfect scale, perfect function...
Our Charleston Forge Drink tables create cozy intimate spaces in your favorite room. Cheers.
Made in USA, means shipped from USA.
Happy New Year to our Charleston Forge family and customers!
We enjoyed our visits from Charley the Elf just before Christmas this past year. If you missed hearing about him, here are some of the funny photos we caught of Charley in the Charleston Forge factory and office.
Let's hope we see more of him next Christmas.
And we hope to see more of all of you in 2015! We will continue to provide to you our passion and what we do best...handcrafting beautiful quality furniture with the most personal customer service any Made in the USA company can offer.
Best wishes in the new year!
Meet Ernie, an artist of numerous talents and skills, who has worked with Charleston Forge for 27 years. This custom Davidson table is large and precise and will need Ernie's expertise and attention to detail. Ernie begins working on cutting and welding the table base and legs.
Our lead engineer and General Manager, Andy Beekman assists Ernie to check the frame (which is still warm from welding) against glass top and unpainted wood frame.
Ernie takes the frame back to his work station, as he notices some areas on the frame that need minor adjustments.
Next, Ernie adds the legs to the table top base.
Above: The completed and freshly painted Davidson table frame.
Ongoing quality control. (above) Plant Manager, David Kiker and engineer April Lyle check the wood base to the metal frame. At this point, the pieces must line up exactly in order to fit together.
(below) April and David ask Randy from shipping to lend his muscles to lift the glass top, which is extremely heavy and fragile.
The completed Custom Davidson Table prior to shipping.