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    'PETRIFIED BEACH SAND' TWO-TIER ROUND OCCASIONAL TABLE
    Hartshorne Sandstone, Pennsylvanian Age, Haskell County, Oklahoma, USA

    This one-of-a-kind table features a steel base that has been plasma cut, hand welded and finally powder coated for a smooth and durable finish. This piece has been crafted with two slabs of rare "petrified beach sand", which will be a conversation starter in anyone's home. The top tier measures 23 inches (58.42 cm) in diameter while the bottom tier is 13.25 inches (33.65 cm) in diameter. The whole piece stands 25.25 inches (64.13 cm) tall. The stone has been hand cut and is sealed to provide a durable and stain-resistant surface. Specimens of "petrified beach sand" give an appearance that is unparalleled: and are also known as Van Gogh stone, this naturally occurring rock hails from an ancient inland sea where water was forced out of layers of sand leaving behind the rivulet patterns. The top decorative stone shelf is locked into place, and the bottom stone shelf conveniently locks into place on the base for easy assembly and disassembly. This piece is in excellent condition.
    Offered at no reserve.


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    Auction Dates
    September, 2014
    28th Sunday
    Bids + Registered Phone Bidders: 7
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