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Ambrosia Sycamore with epoxy river and top coat. I used StoneCoat resins and tinted the rivers with Black Diamond Deep Blue Sea mica pigment, I then sanded from 400 to 4000 grit, Polished and buffed because they wanted a semi gloss/honed finish not the high gloss. It's on its way to it's new Ocean Front home in Seaside Park, New Jersey

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Michael, that is beautiful, nice ripple effect in the river - someone is going to be really happy
it looks like you filled a couple voids on the table with the same resin ?
 

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My goodness this is really eye catching.
Very well done!
 

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Yes, I usually fill any inclusions knots and voids with the same color resin
Michael, that is beautiful, nice ripple effect in the river - someone is going to be really happy
it looks like you filled a couple voids on the table with the same resin ?

- recycle1943
 

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Very nice table and bench. The tone of the Sycamore is quite awesome. I just used stonecoat for a recent pour and was pretty happy with it.
 

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Very beautiful. The finish is amazing.
 

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I've been with Stonecoat pretty much from their beginning, They love me, I've tried other resins but Stonecoat is the best value price wise and it's a proven product
Very nice table and bench. The tone of the Sycamore is quite awesome. I just used stonecoat for a recent pour and was pretty happy with it.

- swirt
 

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That is a nice looking table. Perfect for the shore house!
 

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An art exhibit disguised as a table and bench!
 

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beautiful, interesting pattern in the blue.
 

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Nice work, I have yet to try epoxy. I did call the Stone Coat hot line, they where helpful.
 

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Whoooa…..Great tables!!

Jim
 
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