A very heavy and solid coffee table made from Jarrah and Karri. The timber was salvaged from a shearing shed in the mid North of South Australia. All leg joints are mortise and tenoned and the whole piece is finished in Linseed Oil and Beeswax. A natural finish like this will need the occasional replenishing but will generally improve with age.
Jarrah and Karri Coffee Table made from recycled timber taken from the woolshed. All joints are mortise and tenoned and include a magazine rack. Finished in linseed oil and beeswax.
These tables are made from Antactic Beech (nothofagus moorei). This is quite a rare timber and stock is very limited. This timber is from a log found on the North Coast of NSW and, typical of this species, it shows evidence of borer attack. The borer marks add to the patina and uniqueness of the pieces. They are mortise and tenoned at each joint and finished with linseed oil and beeswax.
Occasional Table in Douglas Fir. This elegant little table is made from salvaged fence palings and finished with linseed oil and beeswax. All joints are mortise and tenoned.
Display Coffee Table. This is a traditional frame and panel design chest. The frames are slot mortised with loose timber panels and the drawers are dovetailed on all four corners. The glass top is 6mm laminate. The bottom drawer is for general storage with the top drawer open to display. The top drawer can be lined on the bottom with felt of a chosen colour. These can be made with any available timber, commonly Tasmanian Oak, Pine or Douglas Fir.