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Windswept

Windswept Spalted Oak, 56″w x 45″d X 18″h, semi-gloss finish, embossed leather, custom hand-forged iron legs, custom glass insert. A commissioned piece made for a family in the Midwest with one directive: “it needs to be pretty special”. Oak Hill Iron in Morganton, NC., had this “Lightening Strike(!)” slab, it’s magnitude and character never stop showing off.

Estimates put this tree’s timeline at 100+ years old, 15 years laying down after a lightening strike before being harvested. The character is unimaginable, the edge is unspeakable and appears delicate resembling a New England Coastline. In places it appears molten. The textures…the grains…the bark… What a wonderful project and incredible outcome.

Price: $7,150 SOLD!

Sonora: Ambrosia Maple, high grade Leather, finished with a matte urethane to accentuate the spectacular figuring of this slab, forged iron legs. This amazing ambrosia maple slab was the perfect candidate for a southwest presentation of a table. Incredible textures, grains, colors, bug holes, ribboning and spalting combined with rust and beige leathers to make a perfect home for the first-ever custom turquoise playing pieces.

This piece is an ideal compliment to a home in the Southwest, the Mountain and Plains states or any home seeking a southwest feel.

Price: $5,650. SOLD

Moons In The Mist: Magnolia slab, Epoxy resin, Black walnut Moon inlays, Iron table base, finished with matte urethane for a durable and complimentary finish.

This beautiful, very blonde slab had such unique characteristics that begged to be leveraged, thus the asymmetrical shape. Having a real desire to play with the inlays, the check (crack in the wood) was accentuated by beautiful and subtly flowing charcoal pattern that resembles a rising mist. Moons. A large knot that needed filling called for clear epoxy resin enabling the tree’s beauty and growth to be evident. Beautiful textures, beautiful colors, radiating ribboning, bark-on shows off the spectacular textures and colors. This piece won’t stop showing off. High-grade leather mimicking as many of the textures as possible emitting a wonderful aroma and a lifetime of enjoyment for the backgammon players in your family!

Price: $5,775. Available 07/01/2020

Poplar Table

This Poplar board is a really supple piece of wood with beautiful color, grain and checking (splitting). The board has a roughly square shape and very clean edges. It is stabilized with bowtie inserts on the underside. The playing surface is made using beautiful and very high-grade leather giving it a really nice aroma and feel. The legs are made from matte black steel, minimalist in shape to accentuate the beauty of the wood and leather and positions the playing surface 18″ high. Perfect ottoman and great in a family room/sitting area.

Price: $2,600 This piece is SOLD

Bowtie Board: This is a favorite of mine. From a magnificent Honey Locust slab with all the qualities one wants in a slab, spalting, grain, knotholes and “quarter-sawn” grain giving the piece stunning ribboning to its grain. The playing surface capitalized on beautiful top-grain leather complimenting the wood grain with stunning leather. Dimensions: Length:48″, Height: 17″, Width: 26″

Price: $5,875 This piece is SOLD

River Stones

This piece was a custom table for a family that had generations of enjoyment with Backgammon. The slab presented some challenges that were overcome using epoxy resin. The rop-grain leather coordinated perfectly with the textures in the wood creating awesome contrast at the same time. The owner designed the table base offering a contemporary feel to this otherwise traditional piece.

Price $4,250 SOLD

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River stones: This is a stunning piece. The slab was extraordinary and never stopped giving in terms of the grains, the spalting, the burl common in a maple and the knots which led to amazing opportunities. The leather virtually chose itself offering at the same time contrast and complimentary coloring and texturing. This piece is SOLD.