natural stone table

Anyone who has ever carved, crafted or otherwise built a piece of furniture knows that the process can be as fascinating and fulfilling as the final product. This unique stone table by Lex Pott tells the story of each step in construction, all the way from the rock quarry to its finished form.

natural rough stone furniture

Rich, dark and heavy from the start, Belgian Bluestone is dug from deep in the ground and usually cut clean and polished to a perfect shine – but this in this table the stone was stopped midway to leave the marks of the cutting tools along with natural edges behind. The shape of the finished table reflects the brutal-but-precise way in which massive blades cut into the quarried stone.