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May 2, 2011

Artichoke Table


From the Etsy page of David Rasmussen Design:


The core of this table was modeled after the cross section of an artichoke.

The body of the table is made from shop-molded plywood faced with exceptional zebra wood veneer and coopered to form the elliptical shell.


Cocobolo legs are mortised into the shell to make this table heirloom quality.

Artist Scott Harris executed the acrylic painting on the top of the table.

The painting has been sanded flat and treated to act as a durable tabletop.

20"Ø x 21.75"H.




[via Fancy]

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