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Coffee Table

comments (1) February 25th, 2012 in Reader's Gallery

greenfarmer greenfarmer, member
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After a house fire last year the coffee table I had was destroyed so I had to build myself a new one.  The tiger maple used for the top reminded me of ripples in a stream and so it needed some floating leaves.  Took the time to try varying grain direction with each section of leaf.  Finish is tung oil and additionally the top is finished with polycrylic.  Not something I would normally use but wanted something that was water based and dried totally clear.  


Design or Plan used: My own design

posted in: Reader's Gallery, table, cherry, walnut, tenons, white oak, maple, inlay, asian inspired, marquetry


Comments (1)

ButchGMacDonald ButchGMacDonald writes: Pure art work!

Posted: 12:08 am on February 26th

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