You know the old saying, “One person’s trash is another person’s treasure.” It might as well be the Code of Hammurabi at Eco Relics. If it can be reused, recycled, or repurposed, it’s not trash!
The name “Cowford Chophouse” is a nod to the original name of Jacksonville, given in honor of the narrow point in the St. Johns River where settlers would ford the river with their cattle. Today, guests can gaze across that same river to enjoy Southbank skyline views from Downtown Jacksonville’s only steakhouse and rooftop lounge.
We’re a custom workshop, not a factory. We make every piece from scratch, one at a time. Our craftsmen have mastered the art of building large custom conference tables. Our talented crew of custom designers and builders will guide your project through the design phase, construction, and into your very special space.
Parker Burrer recently crafted this magnificent 12' long custom live edge conference table. The top consists of two matched spalted pecan slabs with a hand fabricated steel base.
Our team of master craftsmen, known as the Woodworking Gentlemen, can build virtually anything you want from our huge selection of architectural salvage, antiques and relics, as well as reclaimed lumber and slabs.
In the early 1900's Florida's lush tropical beauty was embellished by the vibrant sunsets reflected in the pristine waters. Detailed windows of this era remain in the unique photographic art of E. G. Barnhill.
1840 Census: Compendium of the Enumeration of the Inhabitants and Statistics of the United States
When Billy Leeka took on this project he knew that he would bring these Antique Egyptian doors back to life.
The heyday of the pinup was the 1940s and 50s, but pinup art became famous when Earl Moran signed an exclusive contract with Brown & Bigelow in 1932, who eventually sold millions of calendars graced with his sensual art deco pin-up girls.
If there was one person who didn't need to wear a name tag at Eco Relics, it would be Nate. He embodies our tightly woven team culture!