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Rustic Furniture from the log - Glass Top Tables - Tree Table Sculpture P.O. Box 143, Wilson, Kansas, 67490, US
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Cindy's Stump Table
Cindy called me and described a table; stump base, round wooden top. Next day as I looked through my collection of unique pieces in search of something for Cindy, I spotted this one, lonely undulating slice of a log leaning in a corner. It became the top for the table, below. As I cut the stump base, I thought, " let it lean slightly, like a wind blown tree.' and so it does. See below for more about various other amorphic tops.
This is the family room where your table will go... black leather couch and love seat around fireplace with table in between...you can see the pine wood which is just clear coated.
This particular table ended up slightly over 30 inches in diameter and about 30 inches tall. Starting at $2,100.00 . Various sizes may be available, contact me. ( Mike )
In additon to the slice of a log top shown above on this table, there are several options:
The amorphic cut starphire glass with it's glacial edging, below, is another table top option for this flat cut style of stump table base. Please refer to "Cindy's Stump Table" when contacting us.
Cindy's new home in progress of being built.
The process - Transforming an ugly stump into a natural table of beauty?
Learn more, click here.
Refer to " Glacial Edge Glass."