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Stacy's Hall table

comments (4) May 13th, 2012 in Reader's Gallery

slayframe slayframe, member
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I built this Black Walnut Hall table for my wife. Legs are curved on the outside corners and tapered on the inside. All material milled on my band sawmill.
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I built this Black Walnut Hall table for my wife. Legs are curved on the outside corners and tapered on the inside. All material milled on my band sawmill. - CLICK TO ENLARGE

I built this Black Walnut Hall table for my wife. Legs are curved on the outside corners and tapered on the inside. All material milled on my band sawmill.


I built this Black Walnut Hall table for my wife. Legs are curved on the outside corners and tapered on the inside. All material milled on my band sawmill.


Design or Plan used: My own design

posted in: Reader's Gallery, , Hall Table, band sawmill, Black Walnut table, The wood Shed, Lancaster pa cabinetmaker


Comments (4)

slayframe slayframe writes: The finish is Minwax Red Mahogany stain with Conversion varnish top coats
Posted: 8:50 am on October 28th

revrog revrog writes: Love your work - I am about to embark on building an altar for a retiring bishop with Aussie 'extremely hard wood' - your overall design has given me inspiration.

Posted: 5:08 pm on May 30th

arielyoungrn arielyoungrn writes: I love it! I'm working on my own black walnut table now. What finish did you use? I personally think the shelf make the table... great job.
Posted: 10:53 pm on May 20th

wwmc wwmc writes: great looking table with the curve and taper of the legs a real plus. On the other hand---do hall tables need shelves underneath? I have never seen anything place on a shelf that low in a hall. I personally think the design would be better without the shelf.
Posted: 9:10 am on May 19th

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