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1810 shaker table

comments (2) June 22nd, 2014 in Reader's Gallery

DanM DanM, member
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This little Shaker table, original made in 1810, was described in a recent FWW by Chris Becksvoort.  Plans were available.  I got some recycled cherry from John's Urban Timber nearby, and made the table in about two weeks. Great fun. Learned a lot.


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Comments (2)

jheller jheller writes: I really like the grain pattern on the top- looks beautiful!
Posted: 2:26 pm on June 23rd

mcbrown mcbrown writes: I made that table some years ago, had it on display at the local Woodcraft store, and some customer thought it was a stool and sat on it! I took it home in pieces. Nice job on yours, keep it away from idiots.
Posted: 9:57 am on June 23rd

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