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This piece and one other that I have,  measure, tip of root to tip of root, nearly 8 feet by 5 feet wide. After trimming and shaping, the root will accommodate a 10 foot long by 48 inch ++ wide glass top.

This piece will take about two months to create and fine detail. When complete, will appear similar in quality, to these photos.
If interested in this piece, telephone me at (785) 658 3548 - Shoppe or
These huge rootballs will create two of the prettiest and most unique of tables.

The cost estimate is 8 to 11 thousand dollars depending upon thickness of glass top, type of base (wood or stone), and the fineness of finish desired.

A 1 inch thick glass top would be a proportional thickness for this large piece. The wood or stone lower (floor level) base will provide support and solid stability.

A prospective buyer will select shape and final size of glass top (elyptical oval, race track oval, or rectangular), colorations of stone, shades of rootball finish along with the type of finish, fine or best of the best (hand rubbed oils).

This piece, as of this writing, available for a special table for someone. Huge and, rare rootball. Symetrically shaped for a perfect table base.
A special root base for an extra special table.
1) Root tables, oak tops

2) Inverted tree Stump Tables(upside down)

3) Stumps in the rough.

4) Tree Stump Tables, Granite & Glass tops.
Attention to minute details. Preserve the natural character is my task.
View one in progress as of July, 08, click here.
5) About the Artist

6) Tree Stump Table in progress.

7) OVERVIEW - stump tables

8) Selecting a stump