The Arizona Hall Table is the second in a series of endemic Arizona wood designs. It was carefully constructed with locally sourced velvet mesquite (Prosopis velutina
). The top is composed of a beautiful and highly figured slab. In addition to the mesquite components, there are numerous desert ironwood (Olneya tesota
) accents. Olneya tesota
is endemic to the Sonoran desert. This particular wood was salvaged from a firewood vendor and transformed into beautiful splines and accents. This hall table has a very understated appearance and contains an abundance of subtle details that work with one another to yield a balance of design. The table assembly is tediously crafted using integral mortise and tenon joinery secured in place with draw bore pins. This piece also includes wedged through tenons which add to the expression of craftsmanship. The top features integral mortise and tenon breadboard ends to keep the wide slab top stable and flat for life. In the natural fissures and cracks of the wood I have carefully inlaid Morenci turquoise for a beautiful contrast. This particular Arizona Hall Table is currently available at $4100. If you would like to own this table or commission a completely custom piece of fine furniture, please call me to discuss the possibilities. I would absolutely enjoy crafting a beautiful piece of furniture personally for you.