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Stonehenge Table

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A glass table-top using a Stonehenge model as support.

In stone of course... or wood: works nice with thick oak.

For the picnic-table version the megalith is reconstructed; the inner horseshoe supports the tabletop while guests sit around the outer circle.

(I was quite shocked that nobody's apparently done this before.)

FlyingToaster, Oct 09 2012

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       Nice one.
AusCan531, Oct 09 2012
  

       Maybe it was a table to begin with but the druids overseeing the construction were really far away.
rcarty, Oct 09 2012
  

       <gratuitous factoid>   

       Actually, Stonehenge predates the druids by several milennia.   

       </gratuitous factoid>   

       [+] for the idea.   

       It would be nice to see the Stonehenge site properly restored, with all the fairground booths and the little monorail running round the top and everything …
8th of 7, Oct 09 2012
  

       Sounds like they were pretty far away to me.
rcarty, Oct 09 2012
  

       (I was quite shocked that nobody's apparently done this before.)   

       Perhaps they never got a round Druid.
Phrontistery, Oct 09 2012
  

       Damn you, [bigs], we were just waiting for the chance to use that …
8th of 7, Oct 09 2012
  

       [+] very nice - deluxe version comes with dancing Druids to help with assembly.
xandram, Oct 09 2012
  
      
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