Rustic woodwork from United States

Posted By on November 21, 2009

TedThis twisted Red Cedar coffee table and “Caveman Mallet” are made by Ted from Pine, Colorado, United States.

He has said about his woodworking:

“My Dad was my woodworking inspiration. He created lamps and tables as a hobby. His creations were so inspiring, I finally (at the tender “young” age of 55, or so) decided to try to follow in his footsteps full-time.”

More of his woodwork’s can be seen on his website:

DeadWood Renaissance

And You can buy his work here : Available Pieces

Caveman Mallet

Caveman Mallet

Rustic Coffee Table

Rustic Coffee Table

coffee table

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10 Responses to “Rustic woodwork from United States”

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  4. Suzie says:

    Please advise for the cost of the table???

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  7. Thank you for the info. It sounds pretty user friendly. I guess I’ll pick one up for fun. thank u

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  9. mdafran says:

    Nice and exotic :-) Well, being an occasional woodworker always make me think when will i ever be able to construct this kind of woodwork.Truly artistic.Kudos to the artist…

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