These pieces are available for immediate sale.
Proxbeam Table-Slab Top
The 2010 Philadelphia Invitational Furniture Show was approaching, and I wanted make a large piece that would stand out. I had a couple of slabs of highly figured, "ghost" maple, that were too nice to cut into furniture pieces, so I decided to make a slab, or live-edge style, table out of them. I called it the Proxbeam table because after I made the base, I noticed the stretchers resemble hammer beams, found in English Gothic architecture. Although it is currently my personal dining table, I am offering it for $14,950. The figuring in the "ghost" maple top is quite exceptional. Figured walnut splays out the two maple halves on one end with a bocote "Proxfly" inlaid in the other. The sculpted base is walnut with macassar ebony turnings. Apart from the live-edge top, this is an original design, and the first of its kind. Please contact me for more information.
92"L x 41"W x 28-3/4"