Mandala Table - Birth to Completion

When viewed from any vantage point, the design has the distinct impression of disappearing into infinity. Named for the Tibetan concentric meditation designs, the table is a three dimensional expression of the concept. A mesmerizing addition to your dining room.

A full range of custom sizes from a small square to seat 4 to a large rectangle to seat 16, or a small or large version with a round top. The impact of the design remains a constant.

An assortment of domestic and exotic rare, solid woods are available. These include, but are not limited to, Rosewoods, Mahogany, Brazillian Purpleheart, African Wenge, African Padouk, Brazilian Leopardwood, Lacewood and the finest grades of Black Walnut and Cherry.

While I await a photo of this spectacular Mandala table base design from inside its new home, I have posted a few photos of the piece as it was being built in my Doylestown Studio. Please see my Facebook page for the story of the table from its beginning at https://www.facebook.com/pages/Slab-Furniture-by-Jeffrey-Greene-Design-Studio/379787052094860

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Mandala Dining Table with Square Glass Top
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The incredible design of the Mandala Dining Table features a construction of four types of wood culminating in a "vanishing point" center. The glass top allows for appreciation of the painstaking construction. This design is a spectacular piece that will surely be the focal point of any room.
Creation of the Mandala Table
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Will literally needs tweezers to complete the most delicate and tiny pieces of the assembly. This is just an example of the type of detail I put in to my design to achieve the "diminishing to infinity" view.
Mandala Table Base
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A view from the corner perspective provides an excellent angle to see how I have designed this base to fade into infinity.
“Tooooooooo Cooooooooooooool” — ledsnz
Mandala Table Base
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Here is the completed piece, a "head on" view, with the layers of wood, color, and diminishing size finally visible.
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