Winding through the northern prairies flowing northward, the Red River of the North became a main thoroughfare in the 1800s for traders looking to work their way into the norther plains. With a largely agricultural drainage basin the Red River tends to produce a murky, sometimes lively colored water. Two live edge ambrosia maple slabs form the banks of the river filled with a brown resin with hints of gray's, browns and copper for the river. This table sits upon a set of extremely unique steel legs producing a 30" tall table height. At 7' long and 34"-35" wide this table is sure to be the centerpiece in your home.