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Hall Table

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Woodworker: Josh Metcalf

The design of Metcalf’s flush-cornered tabletop was inspired by the Chinese Ming Dynasty. Nitered joinery allowed Metcalf to frame the drawer faces and side panels with a concave edge profile. Where the horzontal rails meet the leg, this profile produces a modified groin vault. The table is made from solid walnut, walnut veneer, pau ferro, maple, and bronze. It is finished with French polish and wax.

Photo: Zachary Gaulkin


Design or Plan used: Not specified

posted in: Reader's Gallery, walnut, maple, wax, French polish, Custom Design, Chinese, pau ferro, bronze


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