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Woodworker: Alicia DietzDietz designed these ash and tempered-glass tables (29 in. deep by 59 in. wide by 18 in. tall) for a small apartment, where they can be used together as a coffee table or separated into two end tables when space is needed. Each small table is made of 10 to 12 bent laminations that are spaced to intertwine with the opposing table, allowing for numerous configurations. The wood was dyed black and then treated with liming wax to fill and accent the grain. The final finish was gloss polyurethane.
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I love the non traditional design. I'm sorry but I'm tired of oak secretaries and bombay chests. This is a functional and very interesting piece. Nice job.
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