The three ‘PEEL’ feet of patinated bronze, in their loose, undulating form, suggest the parings of a peeled fruit.
The resulting base is spare and self supporting.
The making of this model by lost-wax casting shows remarkable technical prowess.
For a bigger, tailor-made table-top, the number of feet required (with a minimum of three) is determined by the dimensions of the table-top requested.
The ‘black’ stone table-top is made from an almost-black conglomerate sedimentary rock, giving an alluring base-note that shows to good advantage the stone’s natural inclusions—scintillating pyrite and brilliant, glinting labradorite, lustrous as a beetle’s wing. The stone is cut to suggest the shape of a tree-trunk (tree slice) and the resulting form represents a puddle.
A final detail, in the form of a patinated brass band, gives greater emphasis to the stone by reinforcing its contours.
These ‘PEEL’ feet may, if desired, be completed with a table-top in other types of stone, always with a banded finish of brass.
Table-tops may be ordered in other types of stone, priced on quotation.
Please have a look at 'materials' (the stone samples shown are just some suggestions from a wider choice available)