Saturday, May 23, 2009

Stunning Sea Shell Tables

A lovely collection of sea shell tables. I love their texture and color.... and always feel I should be in a Miami jet-setters home when I see them. The new black one is cool in a gothic way.... would like to see some mirrors and other pieces in a similar vein.


JCCC2728 - A stunning creation of natural shells and metal coral brings the undersea world to life on land. The size and intricate shells and design used in this console table make it a signature piece for a special room. The fascination of each individual shell is multiplied over and over to form an ethereal piece that seems to belong in a glamorous fantasy world. 63w x 22d x 35h. $8100



JCCC2739 - This shell encrusted console table is constructed of concrete and natural shells. The unique cabriole legs have a pleasing swirled detail. This table is hand sculpted with all of the natural elements inlaid. 34w x 20d x 34h. $1150


JCCC2738 – Another stunning collection of shells and metal coral in a nero finish. A sharp piece and an attention grabber. 63w x 22d x 35h. $8100

JCCC4000 – A remarkable pedestal foyer table made from wood, shell and concrete. A fantastic design. Limited quantity. 60d x 32h. $3750




JCCC1252 - A summer worth of shells. Natural shells make a perfect accent table. Scallop shells are used to provide details to the legs. A great accent piece. 20rd x 28h. $850


Need one, want one? Call me.

5 comments:

La Maison Fou said...

Love these J ....
It wakes me want to go beach combing!!
Leslie

Cote de Texas said...

These are so gorgeous - I want a beach house to decorate right now!!!

Scribbler said...

Nobody wants a beach house more than I do!

Scribbler

david k. said...

the first one is gorgeous i must say, amazing job. about a year and a half ago i had a commission to encrust pieces for a home in palm beach here are pics: http://picasaweb.google.com/dmkk1968/PalmBeachProject#
i had to be a bit more conservative but i love what you did with the space under the table.
follow my blog would love to keep in touch! http://signofthemonkey.blogspot.com/

My Dog-Eared Pages said...

What a stunning collection. Glamorous undersea world, indeed!