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Woodworker: Danny Kamerath
Kamerath designed this table (10-½ in. deep by 13 in. wide by 35 in. tall) around a small piece of figured satinwood that he used for the top, and two small boards of figured maple that he used for the legs and aprons. He tied it all together with ebony breadboards, feet, and pull. The finish is polyurethane. This table was the recipient of the Best Contemporary Furniture Award at the Texas Furniture Makers Show. Photo: Joseph Savant From Fine Woodworking #204
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