Stump Table in its New Home

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9 Responses to Stump Table in its New Home

  1. Carl says:

    you gotta regular Charles Neil museum goin’ on there! :o)

  2. Ellen Fleisher says:

    Unique and very clever! The Charles Neil Museum–has a nice ring to it!

  3. Thomas Tieffenbacher says:

    Looks great!

  4. Rich says:

    Looks beautiful in its new home.
    Charles, can i be your cousin or grandson or some kinda relative?☺

  5. Eddie Howard says:

    It really fits in it’s place — just supposed to be there.

  6. Bill Wayland says:

    wow that is beautiful. But I can see, in just these few photos, lots of room for more stuff from the workshop of Charles Neil. right off , a matching side tables and the ends of the couch. two tiger maple morris chairs would be great well Crystal, I’m a fan. You’ve the touch.

  7. geez Geezer don’t encourage her, ya’ll only saw a little of the upstair in her “tour”, she didnt take ya’ll down stairs, She has become quite the “collector” . LOL

  8. Mark says:

    Again, I am extremely jealous…That table is one of my favorite furniture pieces that I have ever seen…and that’s a tall order! I don’t know what it is about it, but it’s magical, mythical, and it makes me want to just keep looking at it. I really, really enjoyed this series of videos. The fun that you had making it shows in the videos! Thanks for sharing the home pictures and uploading them!

  9. Bob says:

    Beautiful piece in a great setting !
    Charles, I would imagine you suggested putting it right in front of the fireplace just to check out the glue lines in the “stumps”…right ??

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