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Table by Seth Rolland
Seth Rolland constructs the sunburst top of his demilune table from one 12/4 board, 10 in. wide by 30 in. long. Working alone in the shop he built in Port Townsend, Wash., Rolland likes to design things he doesn’t know how to build and then figure them out.
See more in the Back Cover and How They Did It of Fine Woodworking issue # 213
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