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post #1 of 7 Old 11-28-2018, 11:46 AM Thread Starter
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lOG TABLE

Now this is a real log table.
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post #2 of 7 Old 11-28-2018, 03:37 PM
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Good grief, that table must weigh a ton. It does look great, fantastic idea.
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Wow

Oh man is that beautiful. I just have too many questions to bother asking, but I'd love to see it. Wife and I leave the snow in Feb for a journey through the panhandle and west, could you tell me where this is. Would love to see it.

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I would go "out on a limb" here and say it is not a whole round log
as it appears to be.
a rough guesstimate of the size, I think I can count 14 chairs.
giving approx 30" room per chair, that means the table is 35 feet long.
Thanks for sharing, George !! it is a marvelous feat of craftsmanship.
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Frost - I think it is in Napa Valley, CA.
according to the website, https://www.hallwines.com/events-sh-founders-cellar

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This sophisticated and elegant space can seat up to 44 people
at a King’s Table artistically crafted to look like one solid log.
The table is flanked by wine barrels and lit by an original
Murano Blown Glass chandelier. The perfect venue for lunches or dinners.
hope you have a safe trip in your travels.
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I cannot answer any questions. I just saw the picture and felt that many on here would enjoy seeing.


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I would go "out on a limb" here and say it is not a whole round log
as it appears to be.
a rough guesstimate of the size, I think I can count 14 chairs.
giving approx 30" room per chair, that means the table is 35 feet long.
Thanks for sharing, George !! it is a marvelous feat of craftsmanship.
I agree that it is not a whole round, but is appealing and very creative.
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