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The tangle tables depicted below are, from left to right, a three tiered cocktail table, round glass top cocktail table, five foot diameter dining table, and a 4 foot card table (in progress). The card table will have a square glass top with  rounded corners.
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A few Tangle Tables we have created.
Comments on finishes, below.
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Branch Style & Finishes

A few comments here on tangle finishes. First, ALL tangle finishes are ultra fine. Glassy smooth to your touch.  In some locations and settings, a more barky or rustic tone is desired.

We'll call it
rustic tone for our discussions. Click the two center photo's above and observe the branches carefully. You can see the spots of character traits left intact.

Now click the photo far left. Here  I have taken the sanding step a bit further, cleaner, a more
elegant finish for contemporary and modern decor.