I picked up this 36” wide industrial lumbermill sawblade in rural Oregon two years ago with the general theory of making some kind of table. The ideas were percolating, just waiting for the right time and impetus. Walnut seemed the right choice. The blade is embedded in the wood. Steel screws were placed in the table leg edges and heads ground down to appear worn. I kept the steel blade raw and untreated, hoping to emphasize its rough texture and rust against the polished, smooth wood. The legs are meant to mimic the shape of the saw teeth. This table will join five other items I made in a local art museum exhibit. Special thanks to friend Nick for his CNC mad skills.