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Amorphic meaning, of no particular shape. Or with attention to space or voids. Undulating edges of a "stump table" is amorphic. Please scroll down for more.
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Amorphic Stump Tables Irregular, undulating edges
Dining OR Cocktail Tables
Depending upon where I make the initial cut that establishes height, determines the use of the piece as a dining ( taller ) or a cocktail table ( shorter).
The amorphic style often has a glass top but, is not a necessity as the wooden top is completely flat. If small holes or knots exist in the piece they can be filled with clear filler. Thus, allowing for a flat surface and still maintaining the naturalness of the piece.
A glass top however, finishes the piece off. It offers a frame, if you will, for the beauty of nature. It also offers a degree of functionality by expanding the surface area of the top. See photo below.
Costs - start at about $1,600 for one piece stumps and can go upwards to thousands for rare pieces of amorphic burl slabs w/ stump or metal bases.
Reference - "Amorphic Log" Two more amorphic pieces of various shapes. The Oak log table ( left) sold for about $2,400.00, and was 40 in. long and 24 in. wide. Since it was oak, it weighed in at over 200 lbs.
It's said that the devils in the details. Well, in our case, the way we do things, it's a devil of a job detailing. Painstaking hours are spent preparing the pieces as you see in photo ( left ). Our patience is tried. When detailing, it is not uncommen for us to " walk away " from a piece in frustration, returning later to finish the task of very fine detailing. If you are seeking an extraordinary piece, detailed to the tee. Contact us.