The finished table in the shop.
The finished table installed under some european mounts.
And below is a slideshow of the second half of the build process.
Category: art, design, technique and process, transfer of energy, woodwork Tagged: art, custom furniture, design, furniture design, Kansas made, red oak, rustic table, woodwork
That is one pretty table! I can’t wait to see the next piece you make along these lines. <<>>
Jack – That’s a beautiful piece. I love the design and the finish.
Thanks a lot, Gil, and Mikey. Good to hear from you, Gil. Hope that new shop is working out good.
Hi, I like this..”…………a lot! Are the bottom of the legs burnt? Is this more for aesthetics, or something more symbolic? In any case, very interesting.
I am glad you like the piece. The finish is built from layers of glazing starting with a black stain at the base of the legs, and a heavy gel stain on top of that, which does give it a dense burnt appearance. I had to expedite the finishing process to meet my deadline, but given the short time frame I am not disappointed in the results.
Great job Jack!
Your styling for the corridor shot is spot on.
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