“Copper River” old growth Redwood burl table
We taught ourselves a few new tricks making this beauty!
Softbank Robotics Claro Walnut conference table
This Gorgeous conference table is just under twelve feet long and over five feet wide
“Wood Spirit” Claro Walnut dining table
This slab has the face of a friendly wood spirit in it. She says “Remember to support your local sustainable wood business!”
Walnut island top
This is a large island top made from bookmatched walnut slabs.
Cash Wraps & Display Tables for Tommy Hilfiger Retail Stores
We’ve completed two projects for Tommy Hilfiger retail stores in Southern California. They wanted solid walnut tops with natural edges for cash wraps and display tables. We found the highly figured slabs, fabricated and finished the pieces to their specifications, and shipped them directly to the job sites for installation.
San Diego Store
Los Angeles Store
Lloyd Dining Table
This old growth, curly grain, sinker redwood slab is from an axe cut tree that was probably felled sometime before 1800. We know this because around this time crosscut saws began to be used in the logging of these giant trees. The slab also has axe marks from a logger’s toe board. Toe boards were used by loggers to stand on so they could make their cut higher up on the tree. Sinker logs are logs that sank during transportation down river to the mills. The log from which this slab came was salvaged from Big River in Mendocino, CA in 1984.
Gill Conference Table
This 12 foot long, walnut conference table was made by joining two slabs from the same tree together in an end book-match. The tree was salvaged from an orchard in the Central Valley, near Chico.