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A Graceful Hall Table

comments (2) April 9th, 2010 in Reader's Gallery

BetsyE Betsy Engel, contributor
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This Edward Barnsley-inspired table incorporates many of that designer's trademark elements. In the course of building the table, Kevin Kauffunger demonstrates how to create these elements: the gun-stock joint, a type of haunched miter, combined with floating tenons; the pencil-roll detail, shaped on the router table; and the chamfered, mitered rails. Finally, he adds a finishing touch: holly stringing. Read all about it in Fine Woodworking, issue # 212.


Design or Plan used: Kevin Kauffunger

posted in: Reader's Gallery, table, arts and crafts, federal


Comments (2)

j2sullivan j2sullivan writes: i am looking at the Limbert-Style Coffee Table (DEC 2010 issue) ... i came online to get the complete cutlist ..... but can't seem to find it ????
please help.
i do want to make this table ......
thanks, jim.
Posted: 5:46 pm on December 6th

gordonlh gordonlh writes: Gorgeous table. Why is there no cut list? Which parts should be quartersawn (and what parts needn't be)? Is your idea to sell the magazine but make it difficult on the reader to make a similar table?
Posted: 7:40 am on June 14th

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