The Pointed Hex Table

The Pointed Hex tables was the culmination of a fair amount of wood milling. The result was some very unique wood patterns that really add a lot of detail to the piece. I was quite pleased with how both the wood and the concrete turned out.  As mentioned in an earlier post while this table was about halfway finished, I had a hard time classifying it as a coffee table because of its shape, but it all depends on where it will be used.

The Details: The hexagonal top measures 24″ from side to side and 27″ from corner to corner.  The wood is either spalted or quarter-sawn red oak from an old Savannah homestead.  The concrete is made from white cement with a tan sand and has a design strength of 8000psi.  The top is 1.5″ thick with the embedded arrows.  The entire top has a 1/8″ high gloss epoxy finish that is heat resistant.  The legs have a parallelogram section and extend through the top, making the whole table 23″ in height.  The legs have 4 layers of clear gloss polyurethane.  I would shorten the legs  to any length if requested by future owner.

No longer available, Please contact me if you would like to purchase a table similar to this one.

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  3. Sheryl says:

    Amazing to see what you can do with concrete and aged wood!!

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