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Cabilla Table


This table was created from a diesel engine cover that came off a cuban refugee chug. This chug was found just off the island of Key West, FL. The entire table has been sealed/encapsulated to preserve its origins forever! You can still visibly see the name of the boat on the backside called "Cabilla" which is how this artistic table got its name! The edges are beveled on the top side with a removable top to place things inside as well as led lights that shine up and through the bottom side of the top slab.

Gold Digger


A cedar top slab with gold flakes placed inside each crack you see! The top slab has been completely sealed from top to bottom. The bottom base is imported teak wood from Costa Rica.

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Monkey Pod- End Table


Hawaiian Monkey Pod top slab with a Costa Rican teak wood base engraved with Hawaiian Tribal

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