18th-century French dining table by Rob Anderson. The table is made from koa, MDF veneered with pommele sapele, satinwood and purpleheart, and features gilt bronze on the knees and ankles formally known as Ormolu. Ormolu was popular in 18th-century French furnitures as both a decorative and protective element.
Thompson’s elliptical coffee table is made from Pommel sapele and fiddleback makore veneers along with sapele, ebony and cherry. It is finished with clear varnish (top and drawer) and black lacquer (base).
Bortz crafted this large entertainment center from walnut. The piece features book-matched pommele sapele veneered door panels, Greek key dentil molding and turned ebony hardware. The cabinet is finished with lacquer.
Bellonby crafted this Art Deco-style cabinet out of solid and veneered Honduras mahogany. The cabinet features marquetry on the front along with cornices indicative of the period. The piece is finished with varnish.
The solid sapele kitchen counter top is 1 3/4" thick by 42" wide by 18 ft long. The top was installed in three large sections around the steel posts, glued with Fasco 110 epoxy and secured with tight...