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wooden top rootball table
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the burly figured wood of Kansas Burr Oak
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Slab Tables of Burl
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Slab table, solid burl - root base
Roundover edging exposes the burl graining.
Natural edging. The holes are filled with clear.
Natural bark edging.
8 1/2 feet long by 60 inches wide by 3 inches thick. Seats 12 to 14 people.
( G ) Calif. Redwood burl
Milled from the center of a Giant Redwood tree root.
woooden rootball stump table
What I am working on now.
I enjoyed the beauty of this burl so much that I decided to take one of the larger slabs and turn it into a huge table. I plan to use a similar root base as the above. It will seat 12 comfortably when complete. Below is the slab, in the rough. If interested in such a large table piece. Please refer to HUGE burl table in your messages. mike
Your artwork has taken it's rightful position as the centerpiece of our dinning room! HERE are the photo's.

Kate and Tyler M.

A few of the 2,500 year old slabs that are available for this style of tables may be seen
Detail of a natural edge.
Larger burl slab tables similar to these with intricate root bases run:

$8,000 to $16,000
depending on size.

Contact " Mike " at
( 785 ) 658 3548 for more information.
Top available in Walnut and Mahogony tones.