Inspired by traditional timber framed joinery, the Crown table celebrates this art by carefully connecting three timbers of equal length in perfect symmetry. To highlight the union of the timber, we provide a ¼ scale model of the full scale crown base that can be disassembled to show its beautiful joinery. The three timber elements are nestled by gravity and secured by a heavy table top.
Woods and Finishes
Starphire is the brand name for a type of high-clarity glass that is made from
silica with very low amounts of iron. This low level of iron removes the greenish-blue tint that can be seen especially on larger and thicker sizes of glass. Its unique clear-blue edge imparts a luxury and sophistication that conventional glass cannot match.
Starphire glass is still tempered to ensure safety standards and for increased durability.
These glass tops feature a green tint due to the higher iron content present during manufacturing. The hue darkens as the thickness of the glass increases as well. Our Tempered Glass table tops are custom cut and polished on a per order basis, while still offering the same durability and safety properties well known throughout the industry.
Douglas-fir: Hand Brush and Soft White hardwax Oil
A soft wood native to the West Coast, Douglas-fir is usually a light brown color with a hint of red and/or yellow. Grain patterns range from straight to cathedral like. Wire brushed finish textures the surface, while maintaining a smooth appearance.
Douglas Fir: Soft White Hardwax Oil
A soft wood native to the West Coast, Douglas-fir is usually a light brown color with a hint of red and/or yellow. Grain patterns range from straight to cathedral like. Finished by hand with a soft white hardwax oil, this wood has a lighter, muted character while still maintaining the beautiful natural grain.
Douglas Fir: Clear Varnish
A soft wood native to the West Coast, Douglas-fir is usually a light brown color with a hint of red and/or yellow. Grain patterns range from straight to cathedral like. When finished with clear varnish the Douglas-fir maintains it’s warm colour, with a subtle sheen and smooth finish.
Western Red Cedar: Clear Hardwax Oil
Cedar has been a cultural staple for generations of coastal indigenous peoples. It is naturally weather and insect resistant, making it appropriate for both indoor and outdoor applications. Clear hard wax oil on Douglas-fir maintains the warm colour, it is hand applied and has minimal sheen