Ten. A commissioned dining room set for Jackson Hole
The table is made entirely of Lodgepole pine. This photo more accurately shows the colors. The top is removable (if you look closely at the underside, you can see the connector notched into the diagonal support). The posts at each end are forked sections of a tree trunk. The extended feet are also tree trunks. The stretcher that connects the ends is a rare growth in which the tree did a complete turnaround to grow upright again.
This chair is at the head of the table, custom made for the man of the house. It uses a lot of burled pieces, a favorite furniture wood in the Jackson Hole, Wyoming area where is shown here in its owner's home.
This entry was posted on January 31, 2011 by C. Jack Waller, Jr.. It was filed under Fine Rustic Furniture & Sculpture, Southwest Montana Tree Art .
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