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″