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This walnut round table is 76″ in diamiter and has a 40″ inset lazy susan, 8 chairs and finished with hand rubbed oil/varnish
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jdlarry, Would you be willing to share the plans for this awesome table?
Very many congratulations, Larry! This is a lot of work for one man to do and I couldn't let this posting disappear without someone commenting- I'd just like to know how long it took to do? I have a student here that makes very sculptural furniture and finds it difficult to assess his time for costing in advance.
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