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Dining Table by David Hurwitz

Dining Table
 

Dining Table
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Code: 173DHDNG1
Price: $14,500.00
Dimensions: 29H x 60W x 40D
 

 
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This dining table is made from carved and painted poplar, and has a thick hard maple top with integral steel reinforcement in the top. This is a small dining table, to seat four very comfortably. This piece can be easily made to support a longer top to seat 6 to 8 people. The base consists of three individual sculpted forms attached to an arched pedestal. The entire base is made of stack-laminated, kiln-dried FSC poplar lumber. This approach is technically the most structurally sound, and far superior, as it eliminates the possibility of cracking and checking that would happen over time if they were sculpted from logs. The three large base forms are carved with a combination of hand and power tools, with many, many hours of hand work to achieve the refined sculptural form, and hand carved surface texture.


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A true craftsman, David Hurwitz designs and builds contemporary furniture pieces, one at a time at his studio in central Vermont, using hand carving along with traditional methods of furniture construction and joinery. His work has been exhibited widely in galleries and museums throughout the United States, including the Houston Center for Contemporary Craft, the Delaware Art Museum, and the Wharton Esherick Museum. His work is in public and private collections throughout the United States, and in private residences in Canada and England.

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