Mahogony Hall table

This is the second table built from a Mahogony tree I salvaged after Irma in 2017.  This one will be donated for the auction to benefit the Golisano Children's Hospital.

I inlayed the 3 bow ties (rose wood).  That turned out to be easier than I thought.

The table is 7 1/2 feet long, 23" wide 1 3/4" thick and sits 28" high .  it could also be used as a desk or behind a couch.

Some areas had black epoxy to fill in checks etc.

Thanks for looking.



Nice table Petey and going for a good cause makes it better. Really like the grains that are popping out.

Main Street to the Mountains

Beautiful!  I hope it raises a lot if $$ for the hospital.  
Gorgeous piece of wood. The finish looks flawless.  

Half of what we read or hear about finishing is right. We just don’t know which half! — Bob Flexner

GR8 JOB GR8 CAUSE hope it brings a ton of money 😍😎👍


Wonderful table for a great cause.    Love the top and all the grain.    Great that you do this for the hospital.   


Aces Petey!

Thise tables are perfect for halls, narrow enough to not block off the path and long enough to span the typical gap. Looks fantastic and hopefully is really appreciated and brings in a great donation!
gorgeous petey.

working with my hands is a joy,it gives me a sense of fulfillment,somthing so many seek and so few find.-SAM MALOOF.

Petey, Besides being a great Craftsman, you are very generous with your time and is an honor to call your my friend.


Gorgeous table sir, you’ve certainly saved a beautiful slab of timber. 

Life’s Good, Enjoy Each New Day’s Blessings

Nicely done!

Ryan/// ~sigh~ I blew up another bowl. Moke told me "I made the inside bigger than the outside".

Beautiful results.  Great work.
Moke, I got a little verklempt. thank you.

During the auction I have to walk away.  

Everyone, thanks for the comments!



Gorgeous slab and a noble cause too. 


Table sold for $1300.  Went to a couple that lost everything from the storm. (Ian)


Nice table for a good cause.  Lovely grain and finish.  I remember the first table from that tree. 

daveg, SW Washington & AZ