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Limbert-Style Coffee Table

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BetsyE Betsy Engel, contributor
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Table by Gregory Paolini - CLICK TO ENLARGE

Table by Gregory Paolini

Photo: Keith Wright

An elliptical top, arched legs, and decorative piercings add grace and beauty to this Craftsman-style table modeled after a library table by Charles Limbert. This scaled-down version preserves the original overall proportions, as well as elliptical top and shelf, gently curved legs, and decorative piercings in the stretchers. Bridle joints hold the legs and aprons together, and a notched bridle joint is used where the stretchers intersect. The legs and shelf are notched where they meet, and slip tenons join the stretchers to the legs.
Learn all about it in Fine Woodworking issue # 215, "Make a Limbert-Style Coffee Table" by Gregory Paolini


Design or Plan used: Gregory Paolini

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