Custom Carved Dragonfly Table

September 19th, 2014 in member junk     
gadgetsponge Brian Carlisle, contributor
8 users recommend

I had been wanting to use this vintage Duncan Phyfe table base for a while and I decided to grab a 36" table round from Lowes to get it going.  I enjoyed carving an eyeglass table just before this one and I wanted to continue the carving fun.  Paint is General Finishes Halcyon Blue with Annie Sloan dark wax.  Carved with a dremel flex shaft.

Pattern or design used: My own design - Brian of
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Comments (6)

CottageElements writes: Beautiful, Brian. Agree with Ken on these. There uses are limitless. Can't wait to see more uses!

Lani Posted: 7:52 am on October 1st
StrangeCargo writes: Wow, Brian, you're onto something here. The table carving is great, and the sky is the limit on design images. Your craft can morph into wall hangings and signs, too. You are gifted.

Ken Posted: 2:21 pm on September 25th
gadgetsponge writes: Thanks folks! I never thought about a cafe full of them. I sure would like the business! Posted: 5:07 pm on September 22nd
PlentyPlace writes: This is beautiful. Real artistry.
Posted: 12:52 pm on September 22nd
outofcontext writes: This is very cool! The graphic image is fantastic and I agree with Jim a series in one room would be very cool. Posted: 8:42 am on September 22nd
JunkArchitect writes: Great repurpose, Brian. I can see an entire cafe filled with your table top carvings.

Posted: 4:52 am on September 22nd
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