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Pine accent table, 'Santa Fe Style' - New Mexico Pine Table Curate

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Santa Fe Style New Mexico Pine Table

Inspired by his father, one of the renowned Santa Fe, New Mexico, santorios who... more

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Inspired by his father, one of the renowned Santa Fe, New Mexico, santorios who carved saints out of local wood, artist Jeff Gonzales envisions these striking tables by drawing a pattern onto a cube of local ponderosa pine. After using traditional hand tools to carve the shape, he lets the pine "season" for several months in order to develop organic cracks and separations. Before they are sanded and finished, the tables are dried in solar kilns, and over time the wood continues to dry, accentuating the existing cracks and wood texture. This natural dynamic process does not compromise the structural integrity of the wood, but it does render every table a unique work of art.

  • 11.33 kgs
  • 25.0 lbs
  • 41.9 cm H x 30.5 cm W x 30.5 cm D
  • 16.5" H x 12" W x 12" D

  • Ponderosa pine
  • Hand-crafted item -- color, size and/or motif may vary slightly
  • Not weather resistant
  • Indoor use only
  • Free Gift Wrap? No
  • Premium Gift Wrap? No
  • Made in USA.
  • Ships fast from USA.

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