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Hepplewhite and Art Deco Table

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Woodworker: Joe Trippi

Trippi blended two different styles in this table. The form is strictly Hepplewhite, but the veneer species and patterns are based on Art Deco furniture. The table, 17 in. deep by 37 in. wide by 29 in. tall, is made from solid mahogany and veneer. The other veneers are sapele, ebony, bloodwood, narra, anigre, and ebonized poplar. The tabletop is finished with waterborne lacquer, and the base with shellac.

from Fine Woodworking #221


Design or Plan used: Not specified

posted in: Reader's Gallery, mahogany, shellac, art deco, Waterbone lacquer, Ebonized poplar, Sapele veneer, Ebony veneer, Bloodwood veneer, Narra veneer, Anigre veneer


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