Incompatible

Woodland Creek Furniture makes this table. I can see myself giving the dried flower arrangement away and then sitting around it with a bunch of friends having dinner that is laid out on a groaning sideboard.

The top is hand hammered copper in a very dense pattern with a very nice red and black molten patina.

According to the catalog this densely patterned technique causes the hilltops but not the valleys to wear down enhancing the overall design. Inferior copper tops end up with indelible scars. What this all means is anyone’s guess.

The description leaves significant gaps: How heavy is a hand hammered copper table?  What its price?  Well, the groaning sideboard just weighed in, “Betcha way too much.”

I just don’t think they are going to get along.

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