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GlassCast 50 Clear Epoxy Casting Resin - 32kg Thumbnail
EP-G50-32GlassCast 50 Clear Epoxy Casting Resin - 32kg£449.95 /kit

SHIMR Metallic Resin Pigment - Silver 20g Thumbnail
PG-SH-SV-002SHIMR Metallic Resin Pigment - Silver 20g£4.96 /pack

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English Yew River Table

Andy from Manor Wood Designs handcrafted this beautiful coffee table using a live-edge slab of English Yew and GlassCast 50 which he left clear in places and pigmented with Shimr Metallic powder in others.

It's a stunning piece of furniture, thanks for sharing it Andy.

ABOUT MANOR WOOD

Manor Wood

I have been designing furniture from dead standing trees for many years - this includes me felling the trees, milling and storing the timber for up to 5 years before starting to use the material in furniture.

I came across a fantastic English Walnut tree and after storing for many years it had large shakes and cracks. A friend of mine Chris Horne, who works with composites bracing yachts, cars etc. on the Isle of Wight, saw me working with the walnut and suggested a resin instead of traditional bowties and filler I was using.

I came across GlassCast now called GlassCast 3 and started experimenting with it. My son recommended that I put a video on youtube and in just a couple of months it had £1.8m views. This led me to talk to Easy Composites about a new product coming called GlassCast 50, I have never looked back, the way I see wood has changed for ever ...


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USED IN THIS PROJECT

Want to buy the same materials and equipment used in this tutorial? We've got you!

Please find below a list of all the materials and equipment used in this project, all available to buy right here on the GlassCast website. Shown alongside each product is the approximate quantity used in the tutorial video, to the nearest full pack.

GlassCast 50 Clear Epoxy Casting Resin - 32kg Thumbnail
EP-G50-32GlassCast 50 Clear Epoxy Casting Resin - 32kg£449.95 /kit

SHIMR Metallic Resin Pigment - Silver 20g Thumbnail
PG-SH-SV-002SHIMR Metallic Resin Pigment - Silver 20g£4.96 /pack

Total £0.00

ABOUT MANOR WOOD

Manor Wood

I have been designing furniture from dead standing trees for many years - this includes me felling the trees, milling and storing the timber for up to 5 years before starting to use the material in furniture.

I came across a fantastic English Walnut tree and after storing for many years it had large shakes and cracks. A friend of mine Chris Horne, who works with composites bracing yachts, cars etc. on the Isle of Wight, saw me working with the walnut and suggested a resin instead of traditional bowties and filler I was using.

I came across GlassCast now called GlassCast 3 and started experimenting with it. My son recommended that I put a video on youtube and in just a couple of months it had £1.8m views. This led me to talk to Easy Composites about a new product coming called GlassCast 50, I have never looked back, the way I see wood has changed for ever ...


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