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Willie Sandry Designs. This is an Arts and Crafts dining table with long arched rails and twin keyed tenons. The white oak material contrasts with the walnut accents. The end assemblies are draw-bored and pegged. The table is a fixed length of 74″, and walnut plugs conceal screws that hold the breadoard ends in place.
The design was inspired by the work of Kevin Rodel, and the Stickley brothers.
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Thanks so much for the comment. I have really enjoyed your projects and articles. You are my woodworking idol.
Keep up the great work!
Wow, really nice design and craftsmanship. It's hard to put a creative twist on the style and still have it look authentic, but you've succeeded very well. Nice job, Mike
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