|Project by exsubsailor||posted 01-17-2016 01:52 AM||714 views||0 times favorited||11 comments|
I call this my tablecloth table. It is 30” high and 19” in diameter. The turned 3 legged base is maple. The cloth looking top is carved mahogany stained with red aniline dye. The cloth look skirt on the table is made from 3” thick spanish ceder wood carved to appear as if it drapes over the edge and mitered into segments to form almost a full circle. (I couldn’t afford that thickness in mahogany). The table top that’s showing is tiger stripe maple with a routed edge. The cloth look top section has been rabbited to glue the maple top piece into it. It is now a solid top attached to the red dyed wood.
-- Art, Florida