Several years ago when I was re-learing how to make stone top tables after a 50 year gap, I foucused on large round shapes. My cousin told me about a waterjet cutter business in Denver she thought could cut rounds into the rough slabs of thin sandstone I get from local quarries.
It turns out that the waterject can cut Lyons sandstone,2" thick steel, and tin foil equally well! I had several large rounds cut and kept the leftover pieces. I used the left over pieces to complete the multiple arch design in this table.
I had fun making this! If you want something like this drop me a note at Bill@WKPACCENTTABLES.com.