Sculpted from a redwood stump of a redwood cut down in 1906
52" wide by 124" long and 3" thick top, Seats 12, total height of table is 30" Custom ordered table. I make more than you can imagine. A table that is practical and will give your home additional WOW factor. Now living in Prescott, Az.
Nine feet long by thirty two inches deep and thirty inches tall. LED lighting on front of desk. The desk is created using recycled copper and the redwood is from a naturally fallen 600 year old redwood branch.
Redwood dining table for ten.
48" by 108" by 3" redwood top. Legs ar also 3" thick slab legs
A chair fit for royalty is being shipped to Beijing, China.
I have been sculpting redwood mushroom table lamps and floor lamps for ten years and I owe the mushroom success to my mother (Marlo Sigler) who received the first six mushrooms from me in 2003
The shapes are the way the grain grew in these sculptures. Then a softening process that leaves the wood feeling like melted butter.
A small fraction of the old stump.
This is a two ton chunk of twisted redwood from the Medusa redwood. Guess what you would look like after six hundred years and many lightening strikes? Now in a home in Langley British Columbia.
Redwood, copper and hemp rope make up this bench that will last a life time. The model in this picture is my mother. Marlo Jean Kelso Sigler
This is the tree that changed my life and almost all of my creations come from. A 600 year old coastal redwood that took many a lightening strikes causing this tree to grow in different directions instead of growing straight to the sky.
6100 Moonstone Beach Drive in Cambria, California. This is the newest bench at Moonstone Redwood June 2014
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