|Project by Lloyd Davies||posted 1854 days ago||1208 views||0 times favorited||5 comments|
I completed these nesting tables in about November 2008. It was a relatively simple project that took me a long time because I am a bit of a beginner. It was the first time that I used claro walnut which is an absolutely beautiful wood with swirls and color changes. The top is made from a cheap maple plywood veneer and the walnut sides are attached for extra strength with some Festool dominos. I later realized you can get much better quality maple plywood veneer. I also finished the whole thing with an oil varnish mix which ended up yellowing the maple but I am the only one that notices that. The legs are of some cheap maple that ended up having some very light birdseye pattern but only if you are looking hard.
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