Stonehenge Console Table

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Project by parkertables posted 03-19-2011 03:19 AM 1742 views 2 times favorited 6 comments Add to Favorites Watch
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This console table has a top of Louisiana sinker cypress, with two posts salvaged from the porch of a demolished house in Vermillion Parish, and a cypress handrail as the stretcher. The capitols on the posts are original to the posts, the base blocks are made from old cypress lumber from the same house. Sold at festival in New Orleans, it now sits as an entry table in Santa Fe, New Mexico.


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#1 posted 03-19-2011 04:16 AM

Nice recycling job. Welcome to LJ!!

-- Bob in WW ~ "some old things are lovely, warm still with life ... of the forgotten men who made them." - D.H. Lawrence

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#2 posted 03-19-2011 04:49 AM

Welcome aboard! Great first post – makes me want to see what else you can do – keep ‘em coming. I really like this piece.

-- Wag more, bark less.

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#3 posted 03-19-2011 01:16 PM

cool post, i like it

-- Stelios L.A. Stavrinides: - I am not so rich to buy cheap tools, but... necessity is the mother of inventions !!!

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#4 posted 03-19-2011 02:32 PM

Very nice

-- Vince

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#5 posted 03-19-2011 06:06 PM

WOW!! Thanks for the nice welcome and comments. When we enjoy what we create, this is the outcome, and hopefully others can benefit from our labor. I have plenty more to share.


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#6 posted 03-19-2011 06:18 PM

Liberty Ship Hatch Cover Table – made from a hatch cover from the Liberty transport ships from WWII. The tops were made from fir or pine, and the base is made from some reclaimed white pine that came from an old warehouse demolish in Canada. The stretcher is reclaimed Louisiana cypress. The finish is nothing more than a linseed oil blend, which helps to bring out the true color of the wood, with the dead flat look.


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