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A coffee table that was adapted from the Dec 2012 edition article “Float the Top”. Constructed from Australian Jarrah (which is like trying to work reinforced concrete!), and was finished with 3 coats of Danish Oil. It’s a Christmas present for a friend.
Constructed by hand, using hand tools (once stock was machine rough cut to dimension)
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Very Nice, I built two end tables with the floating tops.
My table tops are walnut and the bases are ash.
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