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Natural & elegant rustic furniture & Glass Top Tables
wooden top rootball table
the burly figured wood of Kansas Burr Oak
Not a live tree falls
for our burnishments.
Spalted Oak Bench



Slab coffee in progress
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Rustic Furniture from the log - Glass Top Tables - Tree Table
P.O. Box 143,  Wilson, Kansas, 67490, US
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Furniture Art
a Burl  Collection

Ref: "the Barry"
The Barry with its walking legs, was created for an East Coast beach house and was about 50 inches square.

Below: "the Bronty"
A custom table created for a couple in New Jersey. A burl edged, rectangular coffee table with what I call "walking legs". It was 60 inches long, 28 inches wide, and stood about 19 inches tall.

Furniture Art, by Mike Just
the burl of oak
burls of oak
burls of oak
burls of oak
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Burls of Oak coffee table "  in your message. Give us an approximate size if you could, please. Thank you, Mike
Often, at this level of works, folks wish to consider the "best of the best" in finishes. Click here to read more about the best of the best.
HERE ( click ) and view a close up of 1,000 year old burl.