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  • A stunning and unique mesquite side table "Blue Bolt 1"  close to 100 years old. This rustic, yet elegant table has been finished in a semi gloss multi coat polyurethane finish and is complete with a fully barked live natural edge that has been treated and then sealed with an epoxy resin. The surface central crack has been filled with a gorgeous pearlescent blue epoxy resin that resembles a vivacious lightning bolt and is a wonderful talking point for the piece. The top has been mounted on a weathered cedar stump and root system which pairs beautifully with the mesquite top.
    • Named, signed and dated on its underside.
    • Thickness 2 1/4"
  • A stunning and unique mesquite side table "Blue Bolt 2" ( the sister slab to Blue Bolt 1) is close to 100 years old. This rustic, yet elegant table has been finished in a semi gloss multi coat polyurethane finish and is complete with a fully barked live natural edge that has been treated and then sealed with an epoxy gloss resin. The surface central crack has been filled with a gorgeous pearlescent blue epoxy resin that resembles a striking lightning bolt and provides a wonderful talking point for the piece. The top has been mounted on a weathered cedar stump and root system which color pairs beautifully with its mesquite top.
    • Named, signed and dated by Jonathan Tommey on its underside.
    • Thickness 2"
  • A solid and beautifully sculptured side stump table due to years of ant and bore worm activity. This trunk surfaces are exquisite and with its bark removed exhibit years of activity to reveal a detailed surface pattern that is awesome. pressure washed, treated and sealed with a multilayered semi gloss polyurethane varnish with its surface cracks unfilled with a clear epoxy resin..
    • Named, signed and dated by Jonathan Tommey
  • A wonderfully impressive mesquite live edge slab with a natural fissure presented the perfect form to complete an epoxy gem filled brook. A clear youthful stream of clear epoxy filled with vivacious colored gem stones ranging from purple Amethyst, Jade, Quartz. Aventurine, Tiger's eye and Turquoise add a beautiful organic and natural feature to this piece. The dimensions allows for use either as a hall table or desk. The woods natural and varied colors alongside detailed grain patterns and bore holes presents this live edge piece of art as a stunning addition to any room and a fabulous educational and discussion piece. Mounted on satin black cedar legs and bases allows focus on the live slab which has been finished in two coats of clear epoxy resin
    • Named, signed and dated by Jonathan Tommey
    • Thickness 2"
  • An aged cedar trunk tip finished in a semi gloss polyurethane varnish. This unique candle holder has 5 glass candle cups and has great detail from intricate grain and features.
    • Named, signed and dated by Jonathan Tommey
  • Quite simply a beautiful live edge mesquite hall table.This striking top is mounted on a network of detail in the naturally weathered ancient cedar trunk and root system. With the softer wood which has eroded over decades has left the harder wood to create a beautiful deep channeled surface that is not only beautiful and unique but shows how the tree can guide water down to its root tips. I have named it the "coconut octopus due to its magnificent root formation and subtle changes in the colors of the top from the dark browns of its central heart wood to the lighter yellows on its external barked edges.
    • Named, signed and dated by Jonathan Tommey
    • Thickness 2"
  • A stunning 5" thick side/hall table named "Cove". A truly unique and exceptional "fused" piece of aged mesquite that presents beautiful natural geographical features that provided great inspiration for this piece. The two trunk islands are connected by its own natural bridge and the detailed topographical undulations provided have been highlighted with a blue pearlescent epoxy to produce a magnificent sea cove with two small sea caves in ther headland and small surface lakes on the opposite side of this magnificent piece. Looking down on this piece you can almost imagine yourself two thousand feet above a similar land form somewhere on earth and what an educational and  conversation piece this is. The surface colors and grain are exquisite along with the detailed bore holes and some bark displayed on its live edges. Finished with clear epoxy edges and multiple coats of semi gloss polyurethane varnish on its surfaces. Mounted on 4" x 4" cedar legs finished in a black semi gloss paint.
    • Named, signed and dated by Jonathan Tommey
    • Thickness 4 1.2"
  • A superb mesquite side table mounted on an aged oak base provides an eye catching addition to any room. The epoxy filled dam was created by hollowing out an original branch stem that had been previously cut close to the truck. One can see the way in which the wood has grown around the cut section to help heal the tree. This straight edge provided the front of the dam which was named Enguri after the hydro electric dam on the Enguri river in western Georgia with its natural green "copper" tinged waters. The water is a green/blue pearlescent semi transparent epoxy infill that resembles the natural waters of the Enguri river. The natural live edge has been kept with most of the bark removed. The surface grain and features is spectacular with natural drying cracks filled with clear epoxy resin and the bore holes left visible to add additional features to this beautiful piece. finished in a multi layered semi gloss polyurethane varnish. The aged oak stump is also finished in semi gloss varnish and had been pressure washed and treated before its final multi coat clear semi gloss varnish applications were made..
    • Named, signed and dated by Jonathan Tommey.
    • Thickness 2"
  • Isles of Scilly This fantastic bench oozes charm and elegance. A beautiful piece of Mesquite provided the foundation to create the "great pool" on Tresco, Isles of Scilly. UK and smaller surrounding ponds, all set with a vibrant blue resin epoxy. The natural outer wood from the mesquite trunk resembles the yellow sandy beaches of the island and allows for the islands natural life and beauty to be exposed by natural grain and shape of this piece. Set on plinths of weathered pine and painted a semi gloss black enables the focus to remain on the detail of the bench complete with worm holes and burrows in its live edge.
    • Named, signed and dated by Jonathan Tommey on the underside/fusion_li_item]
    • Thickness 3"
  • "Hollow Man" is a beautiful inverted cedar trunk and root system that has been weathered over decades to reveal its hollow core and fantastic hard wood grain and natural form. Not only can the sculpture be viewed as a unique and intricate wood sculpture but could double up as a magnificent guitar stand. The sculpture has been power washed and sanded and mounted on a beautiful mesquite base and finished in a multi coat semi gloss polyurethane varnish.
    • Named, signed and dated by Jonathan Tommey
  • Island Evolution was inspired by the many natural and stunningly beautiful volcanic islands created on earth. The natural weathered cedar base sprayed with a semi gloss black provides the volcanic cone to the beautiful mesquite top with the outer bark taken off to leave the beautiful yellow sands of the island. This piece of art furniture not only brings rustic elegance and charm to any room but a conversation piece also. The mesquite top has been filled with a green pearlescent acryllic epoxy resin to represent the first plant growth on the island and finished in a multicoat gloss polyurethane. The yellow inner bark features a wonderful array of worm bore holes and channels that add additional natural features to this unique piece.
    • Signed, named and dated by Jonathan Tommey
    • Thickness 2 3/4"
  • A truly beautiful mesquite side table "Kariba" named after the arch dam in the Kariba Gorge of the Zambezi river basin between Zambia and Zimbabwe in Africa. The natural branch feature of the tree section provided the inspiration to form the perfect dam structure that has been filled with a blue pearlescent acryllic epoxy resin making a stunning feature to the table. The live fully barked natural edge has been treated and sealed with a clear epoxy resin and the top is finished with a multi layered gloss polyurethane. Mounted on a beautiful weathered cedar stump and root sytem this unique table will be the perfect center piece for any room.
    • Named, signed and dated by Jonathan Tommey.
    • Thickness 2"