Live Edge Cobalt Blue Epoxy Resin Console Table

?Australian Beefwood (sometimes referred to as Beef Silky Oak or Grevillea Striata) gets it's name from it's combination of red and maroon colors with gray rays, similar to the appearance of raw beef.
?It is a tree native to all Australian states, with the exception of Victoria and Tasmania.
?Beefwood in general is a long-lived tree. In New South Wales, a tree still stands which bears an inscription in memory of a member of Charles Sturt's expedition in 1845. James Poole, having died of scurvy, was buried near a Beefwood tree at Preservation Creek near Milparinka, and an inscription "JP 1845" was carved into the tree.
?This specific table features a GORGEOUS cobalt blue epoxy resin to add a touch of color while stabilizing the cracks and voids.
?Gorgeous natural grain & rich deep colors - just like a finger print, it's unique to only this table. It is also handcrafted from individually selected cuts, so there will never be another exactly like this.
?Handcrafted by an artist; not mass produced by machines.
?Mid Century Hairpin legs - raw steel finished with a hand rubbed beeswax to protect from rusting.
?FREE SHIPPING within the US - no need to budget in the extra expense. The price you see is the total price you pay.



Most live edge tables available here in the US use native wood species like Walnut or Oak... but this table will be even more of a conversation piece, as it's made from a rare and hard to find highly figured Australian Beefwood. Console tables can be found anywhere, but with this specific wood, it's not often you will find it for purchase.

The table has been treated with a hand rubbed European Hard Wax Oil to bring out every last detail, pop the grain and nourish the wood. It's also been sanded down to glass smooth while still keeping the gorgeous natural grain and figure. Your guests will not stop staring at that blue resin, I can promise you lol. This is truly the sort of furniture statement piece that completes any room.

Have something else in mind? I do custom work all the time... just shoot me a message :)

? Due to the nature of hard wax oil finishes, they will need occasional TLC and can't be cleaned with any chemicals as this may strip away the oils and waxes. This isn't a big deal and probably sounds worse than it actually is but I want to be 100% upfront before purchase. If you have any questions at all about this type of finish before you purchase, please ask away :)



≫ Widest Point: 11"
≫ Height: 29"
≫ Length: 48 1/4"
≫ Thickness: 1 1/4"

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