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Rustic Furniture from the log - Glass Top Tables - Tree Table Sculpture P.O. Box 413, 2608 Ave. E, Wilson, Kansas, 67490, US
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I am constantly on the hunt for attractive stumps. May or may not have all of these shapes on hand right now. Check with me n availability of stump tables.
This particular root stump, is one we have nearly ready for someones table. Roots of this size can support a 10 ft. long piece of glass. A lower base support of stone or THICK wood will enhance and provide stability. Click HERE to view it closer.
This photo is of a rootball. The roots can be kept intact with all their intricate character.
The "irregular stump" (left) can be seen in the Coffee Tables page was created from an old root ball stump. We call this shape "Amorphic".
This huge piece is about 40 inches in diameter, hollow in the middle and, about 240 years old. Current plans are to slice it and create highly finished coffee table tops. Cover it with glass allowing the hollow area to show.?