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Woodworker: Chris Gochnour
Inspired by cricket tables common in England during the 18th century, Chris Gochnour added an extra measure of charm and utility to this side table by adding drop leaves. The top is expanded by raising all three leaves at once and rotating the top until the leaves are positioned over the legs. In keeping with the Arts and Crafts style, Gochnour crafted the table out of quartersawn white oak.
From Fine Woodworking #200
Photos: Michael Pekovich
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