Coffee tables End tables

The two coffee tables below were done  from  walnut crotches. It has  astonishing grain pattern, which is characteristic for pennsylvania black walnut . Tables  were created with special design bases.

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walnut live edge coffee table

walnut coffee table

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Mango life edge coffee table represents everything I believe in how I creat e  all of my pieces: beautiful lines, exceptional grain and  natural edge.

mango live edge coffee table
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Tables below done from monkey pod wood. The beauty was revealed through diagonal cuts  which shows vortex grain. I am still experimenting with different bases.

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monkey pod live edge coffee table
monkey pod live edge coffee table
monkey pod live edge coffee table

This is one of the many cocobolo tables I created  over the years. It looks like a buterfly .I ttried to create a matching base.

cocobolo live edge coffee table

I've done  many coffee table bases from Strangler Fig  . This is a parasitic plant that wraps around palm trees. Obviously it is difficult to harvest . The form is spectacular but it lacks color. I burned the fist one and colored the second one to bring more interest to the pieces.

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Very spectacular  piece of Teak