Texas Elm Entry Table
The source of this Texas elm (aka cedar elm, rock elm) was a giant storm toppled tree in the Terrell Hills neighborhood of San Antonio. The heartwood of this tree had dramatic natural staining to it. Texas elm is one of my favorite woods, because it is hard to find any wood that finishes more smoothly just from fine sanding. It literally becomes glass-like before any sealer is even applied. Finished in mineral oil and beeswax. This is a 47 x 14 x 1.5", 29.5" high, partial live edge entry table, with 28 x 12 x 2.5" heavy duty black powdercoated steel flat bar legs, supplied by a custom fabricator in Michigan.