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The piece below, will accomodate a glass top for dining or a cocktail table. Used as a dining or game table, a 48 inch round or square glass top would fit nicely or as large as 60 inch top would seat 7 to 8 persons comfortably. This same base as a cocktail table could accomodate either a 48 to 55 inch round top OR an oval; 30 to 36 wide and 48 to 55 long. Sizes of tops suggested could vary slightly.
Looking down on the piece a "hollow" stump. This particular tree was struck by lightning in 2001 and died. I salvaged the tree in 2005 and began the seasoning process.
More on the preparations process and seasoning, click here.
The piece as shown in this photo is about 30 inches tall and will be reduced in height to accommodate a cocktail table
Close up photo of the hollow area.
The top of the piece will have 4 distinct raised areas located strategically to receive the placement of the glass top. These 4 areas will be flattened and leveled with respect to each other using a piece of glass to insure their proper height and a solid fit.
The weight of a minimum 3/8 inch thick glass top is sufficient to keep the top from easily sliding. I would suggest a 1/2 inch thick glass top, or thicker for the larger sizes of table tops suggested, above.
Flat Cut Top
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