This table is made from cedar that was salvaged from the local courthouse's exterior. After years of neglect the surface had become dry and heavily tarnished, yet after a few runs through the planer, it's natural beauty was back to the surface. After I glued the 6 pieces of the top together, I routed the edge and sanded the entire surface till it was smooth as a babies bottom, then protected that with 2 coats of natural Danish Oil. The Danish Oil is wonderful because it seals and protects from the inside out, leaving the natural feel of the wood at your fingertips. The aluminum legs are actually the baluster's from the courthouses interior stairwell, and I continued the climbing stairs effect by wrapping the legs around one end of the table. The "14th" leg and 1-1/2" band connecting the remaining 13 legs are powder coated steel. The cedar top measures 22"W x 70"L x 1-7/8D. The overall footprint is 25-1/2"W x 72"L x 17"H. This table is named after the presiding Judge of the courthouse.