The top is a 50mm thick lump of solid oak with the carved decoration to the underside and recessed place settings, the natural grain pattern is enhanced by the resultant undulations in the surfaces.
The base, created from 1930’s industrial iron work, (I’ll explain when you come to see it), becomes part of the top by piercing through it at four points. The two materials are further interwoven by the addition of a narrow iron plate recessed into the top and the straddling of the two ends by a chunky oak beam.
All in all, a great collaboration of natural materials, some funky ideas and a bit of hard work. A practical dining table, and great centre piece where you can eat, drink, and make memories.