Maple Live Edge Round Table

Maple Live Edge Round Table from Alegacy Furniture

By: Alegacy Furniture  01/15/2016
Keywords: Custom Furniture, Maple, Contemporary Furniture

This is a natural maple slab cut from eight trees that grew together. They have grown together into one tree, but the original eight trunks can still clearly be seen in the slab. There is no other identical one like this in the world! Over 3" thick with a sundial-inspired wrought iron base, this table creates a stunning visual. Picture it in your home or business office! We specialize in solid hardwood, American made furniture. We have many standard items available with the ability to handle custom orders and commercial accounts. Contact us today!

Keywords: Accent Furniture, Contemporary Furniture, Custom Furniture, live edge, Maple, Slab Furniture, Wrought Iron Furniture

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