|Project by Greg The Cajun Box Sculptor||posted 1607 days ago||1534 views||4 times favorited||11 comments|
This is a table I made for my wife from a headboard I built in 1980 that was underwater for 3 weeks during hurricane Katrina back in August 05. Top is made from Iroko, which is a very weather resistant wood and it was glued together with marine exoxy glue..(I used epoxy alot back then because I spent 20+ years doing custom woodwork and restorations on wooden yachts and expoy was my favorite glue of choice for boatwork)
What was left of it sat in my shed until now… then my wife suggested making it into a table. It took a bit of reworking and a lot of cleaning up and sanding.
Top is Iroko and the legs are new quarter sawn oak and walnut with dovetail joinery.
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