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Table Lamp

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Woodworker: Douglas LacherIt took nearly 80 hours for Lacher to complete the shade of this table lamp (17-1/2 in. dia. by 22 in. tall) and about 30 hours to build the walnut base. The walnut frame members of the shade were soaked in hot water, then molded, laminated, and assembled. He then slid the veneer (ambrosia maple) diffuser panels into the framework. The base and external surfaces have a walnut oil finish, and the interior of the shade is finished with heat-resistant polyurethane. Photo: Courtesy of Todd Bush Photography From Fine Woodworking #207
Design or Plan used: Not specified

posted in: Reader's Gallery, walnut, Custom Design, Ambrosia Maple


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