This contemporary hall table was a commission by a Grandmother as a wedding present to her granddaughter and her husband. The design was undefined so I contacted the Granddaughter to ask how she wanted to proceed. I did not know to what extent, with everything else going on … preceding a wedding, she and her fiancé wanted to be involved in the design. Both of them were familiar with my work so the guidance I received was "He wants it to be a light wood and I want a dark wood." "I want it to float across the floor like your case piece "Dancing"." Thus we have the hall table "Matching Pair".
The reason I named it "Matching Pair" is the two ash table top pieces are perfectly book matched boards meaning they complement one another in their design. When I think of the couple that is receiving this table I view them as also perfectly complementing one another in their journey. The ash tops are connected to each other by seven pairs of stainless steel pins. The top is suspended off of the walnut base and takes on the appearance of floating above the frame. The desire to achieve a floating sensation has been achieved and is accented by the silver leaf applied to the distinctive feet.
Price for a related table available upon request.