|Project by Dennis Zongker||posted 10-02-2008 04:52 AM||4054 views||18 times favorited||42 comments|
This 54” diameter table top has Maple, Birch, Walnut, & Ebony. I cut the parquetry with a scalpel, using the “Window Method” The outside bullnose edge is glued up with “Five” 1/8” layers of solid maple. The radius rings of ebony, were glued up on radius templates, with “Three layers of 3/32” to equal the 1/4” ebony inlays.
The center opening is open with a 3/8” thick, beveled glass insert. So that you could see the custom metal table base, of rings of spheres. I clear coated the top with “Three” coats of Magnalac dull precatalyzed lacquer. I was thinking of doing a blog on all my steps with pictures. Let me know if any one would be interested. Thank you. “Also my brother Dan, designed the table”.
Close up of Parquetry
Showing the three line shooting star
-- Dennis Zongker