The top is made of two planks of Australian ironbark with a strip of Australian jarrah. The legs are powder coated steel.
Both ironbark and jarrah are species of Eucalyptus. The ironbark was recovered from piles used in the construction of Cashin Quay, Lyttelton, in the 1960’s. The dark holes in the timber were created by the naval shipworm, Teredo navalis, when the piles were in the seawater. The darkly stained edges of the holes create a sculptural element, contrasting with the rich tones of the Ironbark. The jarrah is from an old post. This table is heavy!
Dimensions: 1767mm long x 565mm wide x 410mm high , table top is 37mm thick