The Enicar Vintage Coffee Table

paulb12

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Enicaristi
Sherpa
Wow, just incredible.

The obsessive in me wants to undertake a project like this, using your coffee table as inspiration, but this is certainly not for the faint of heart!

Kudos to you for your discipline in applying every piece by hand.

Looks fantastic!
 

HorologyBiology

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Sherpa
Wow, just incredible.

The obsessive in me wants to undertake a project like this, using your coffee table as inspiration, but this is certainly not for the faint of heart!

Kudos to you for your discipline in applying every piece by hand.

Looks fantastic!
Thanks man, it was tedious adding all the little parts. I totally didn't estimate how long that would actually take to do lol
 

paulb12

Member
Enicaristi
Sherpa
I applaud you, sir. That obviously took a lot of thought, creativity, time, patience, and money. (I'm hesitant to ask how much it cost to do everything, not including your precious time!)
 

HorologyBiology

New member
Sherpa
I applaud you, sir. That obviously took a lot of thought, creativity, time, patience, and money. (I'm hesitant to ask how much it cost to do everything, not including your precious time!)

It's going back a bit but around the following

The table I already had which was in a bad state so fixing that up including the painting and staining etc was around £30

The dials and watch parts around £60
The epoxy pouron was around £100 as I need 4 litres in the end

So around about £200 give or take
 

paulb12

Member
Enicaristi
Sherpa
The challenge will be to come up with a design that I'll love indefinitely. But you've inspired me. I have boxes of old watch parts I can start with. Thanks for sharing this. Very impressive indeed!
 
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