In 1962 I took a pottery class with my roomate, Ty Minton. I couldn't make pots, so I made tiles. I had access to the Physics shop. I found a wagon wheel on one of my walks in the mountains above Boulder, and the hairpin legs at Valentines Hardware. I made the table in the upper left that summer. It sat in my parents house in Walla Walla until they gave it back to me.
I got maried in 1965. In 1968 we bought our first house in Boulder. We needed a table so I build the one in the lower right from stones I found in abandoned quarries above Boulder and a wagon wheel I I also found in our walks in the woods above Boulder. Our son learned to walk by going round and round this table.
I thought about making and selling tables then, but sanity prevailed and I got a series of more or less real jobs in research in Germany, Baltimore, Palo Alto, and finally Boulder.
In 2011 I started to cut my hours and was looking for something to do in my spare time. I remembered how much I enjoyed making these tables and started up again. I am now working on my 92 table!
We still have the first two tables and enjoy them every day. I would enjoy making a table for you.