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These coffee tables were made from crotch sawn pieces of a locally harvest walnut tree. They were begging to be used in some free form piece. The size varies but both are approximately 43″(L)x20″(w)x14 1/2″(h).
The tops are joined to the slab legs by sliding dovetails and a dowel. There is also a 4″x3/4″ rail between them.
The finish is Watco wipe on poly.
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Absolutely loveloy I think the late great Mr Nakashima would be heaping praise on you and would definately e smiling from on high.I could live with this for the rest of my life and never get fid up of looking at it. Yours UK MEAGER
wow too cool great job
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