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Teak butcher block and acrylic end table
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OK, don't laugh. I took the Mario Batali teak end grain butcher blocks off the shelf, and added them to a custom acrylic step table.
Hey, I'm allowed. No fancy clear finishes were applied, just some beeswax and mineral oil combo.

I might list it on ebay, but this is the last one, the thrill of designing this is gone.
My ebay store is: http://stores.ebay.com/acrylic-tables-southeastflorida
It is 22 high, 12 deep, by 21 inches long.   The base is made out of 3/8 thick acrylic sheet material.

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