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Red Elm and Blackened Steel Coffee Table

Red Elm and Blackened Steel Coffee Table

Made from a single slab of locally salvaged red elm, this coffee table features a unique design using a piece of steel to join two branches that diverged from what once was a single tree trunk cracked in two when the tree was still in its early life. The grain continuity on either side of the steel-filled crack provides evidence of the rift before the trunk disjoined into two independent branches of the tree. There is also a subtle contrast of two bowties made from locally salvaged Monterey Cypress  that once grew in Pebble Beach, CA meant to stabilize a crack in the elm slab. 


The base is a fabricated steel structure and red elm, joined to reveal only slivers of the steel base. The steel is blackened and clear coated  and the wood is finished with a durable conversion varnish with a. dull rubbed apearance for a natural look, but an extremely protective coating.

  • Dimensions of Table

    Width: ~ 27" (approximate due to live edges)

    Length: 42"

    Height: 17.5"


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