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|This substantial coffee table was made as a wedding gift and features different timbers all from within the bounds of one farm.
The legs are of apple. taken from prunings, the rails and under shelf are of oak leftover from a tree felled to build a house extension and the top is a slab of solid walnut milled from an ancient tree which had died standing, so was well seasoned.
|This "Hockey table" is also from the same walnut tree, and was made for an enthusiast of the game so features the standard lines and proportions of the hockey field
the tinted glass lends this otherwise robust table a delicacy of style
it could still take the weight of an adult standing on it.
The Oak used here is all from a single tree.
|Made entirely from workshop scraps and some found materials this reversible chess and backgammon table features legs of holly and beech, stretchers of ash and oak, drawers of oak, the games boards inlaid with oak, ash and walnut. The outer section of the table top is of plum wood and the decorative banding is of holly and ebony.