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  • Glass coffee table - finished

    Good day

    So, here is the finished glass table

    But first, that's the original table as it looked when I made it in Japan...



    Five years later, in Israel, we stripped the clear varnish, stained it and again clear varnished...





    The only thing that changed in Poland is, the top...



    No, I did not make the chair...it's a present from my son from his "African tour"...yeap, hand made...



    The flowers are from the Gilboa mountain (David and Jonathan - Jonathan died on the Gilboa mountain and David cursed it - "no rain and no dew on you Gilboa"), that my wife collected and dried while we were living in Israel...








    Regards
    niki

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    Re: Glass coffee table - finished

    Wow Niki! What a great table. Thanks for posting the "genesis" of the table, too.
    I put it all back together better than before. There\'s lots of leftover parts.

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      Re: Glass coffee table - finished

      Looks good! Did you use a router to cut out the origional top? The dried flowers also look good and they can be re-arranged for a whole new look.
      Jim

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      • #4
        Re: Glass coffee table - finished

        Thank you so much for your kind words Andy and Jim

        Jim
        The original top is in the garage attic.....in case that my wife will change her mind - you know...women

        You can see all the WIP of the top just a few posts below " Glass coffee table WIP"

        Regards
        niki

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