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Steel mounted, forest rooted

July 19, 2007|David A. Keeps | Times Staff Writer

From his home in Indonesia, French sculptor Jerome Abel Seguin uses industrial steel to mount polished slabs of ironwood timber ($15,000 each, left), the cross-sectioned trunks and branches stretching out like surreal art. His oversized Slice table ($11,000), also shown here, consists of natural chunks of teak on stainless steel legs -- modern furniture with exotic tropical roots. The pieces are available at the Ralph Pucci International showroom in the Pacific Design Center, 8687 Melrose Ave., Suite B-203, West Hollywood; (310) 360-9707; www.ralphpucci.net. To see more of Seguin's work online, go to www.jeromeabelseguin.com.

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