Award-winning console table design in carved Vermont ash, painted poplar base arch, Tamo (Japanese quilted ash) top with hand rubbed poly-varnish finish. 32″ high x 60″ wide x 16″ deep.
I built this piece for a major exhibiton at the Bennington Museum in Bennington, Vermont in 2010, titled “State of Craft”. The show featured work by 86 master craft artists from Vermont, to highlight the history of the contemporary studio crafts movement in Vermont (1960-present) and to celebrate the legacy of craft production in the Green Mountain State.
This piece can be made in other colors and other woods for the top, as well as custom sizes. Another version, with turquoise and black painted carved texture, and a third variation, with sliver painted carved texture and quilted bubinga top, are both also featured here on this website. I can also provide photos of other views and detail shots of these pieces via email.
This table won an award in the 2011 Vermont Fine Furniture and Wood Products Design Competition.
Design copyright 2009, David Hurwitz, All rights reserved.
Dimensions: 32" high x 60" wide x 16" deep
Price: $7100Contact David Hurwitz Originals about this piece...