The overall size is 7" x 7" x 15" plus the hook. They weight about 6 lbs each empty. I'm glad they decided against the shepherd's hook idea of hanging them. I'm not sure they would have held up in the sand. Honestly the hardest part was the glue up. Lining up the up end grain glue up was not easy. I didn't trust them to last without the dowel pegs to hold them. No nails, no screw. Just pegs and glue.
You do some amazing work. That concrete work on the sink really looks professional. Tell me I'm not the only one that would take weeks to do a project like this. Ok, I would probably be months. Great job!
I have had to put epoxy on the bottom of my pool twice in 25 years. Unfortunately the first one wasn't good quality or I didn't get enough of the original paint off. The second time has lasted over 15 years. Congratulations!
Did you level the concrete yourself? Any suggestions? Mine needs help in several places.
The dinning table looks amazing. No that the coffee table doesn't but I love the bow ties. I have a couple boards that I have been saying I'm gonna do something with for too long now. Mine are maple but I love your walnut. Also, really like the legs. Did you buy them locally or on-line? I saw ones on Amazon that I was thinking of getting.