This is my 46th table. I made it in 2016. I was then experimenting in new shapes and new types of foucs stones. This is my second table with rounded ends and the first one to feature a slab of fossil fist from the Green River formation near Kinnerer Wyomoing.
I got the slab of fossils on the last day of the Denver Gem and Mineral show. The slab is not of museum quality. It has a hairline fracture and fish fossils are not well difined, so I got it for a good price.
The rock the fish are embed in is soft so I sealed it with many coats of the oil based sealant called "Stone Glamor". The rest of the table came together nicely as you can see from the image above.
I tried to marked this first in a local high end furnature store where it sat for over a year before I pulled it back. I sold it to a colleage who bought it as a gift for her geologist husband who is from Kimmerer Wyoming.