Semi-circular hall table

comments (0) June 29th, 2010 in Reader's Gallery

Joolz Joolz, member
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This small hall table (80 cm high x 60 cm wide) is made of ripple sycamore, with a curved apron of brick-built lime veneered with spalted beech. It is my own design, inspired by Steve Latta's Federal card table in FW180. The front legs use Steve's combined bridle/sliding dovetail but the back legs are connected by offset mortice and tenons; this made assembly a bit tense because there was no way I could find to clamp the curved apron. I cut the veneer from a failed turning blank that I had had lying around for ages. The finish is tung oil and wax.


Design or Plan used: My own design - Semi-circular hall table

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