|Project by Jim Jakosh||posted 03-20-2017 06:35 PM||713 views||4 times favorited||24 comments|
This end table is made from a mesquite slab and a pecan tree crotch. All the bark was removed from both and all the sap wood was also removed from the pecan. usually the mesquite is full of bug holes in the sap wood, but this was clear of any holes.
The top is about 14” diameter and off set to be centered over the base circle of the legs.
The slots in the top of the base were routed in using a plywood guide plate screwed to the top of the base for a flat surface to run the router on.
It is 24” high and finished with 8 coats of UV resistant polyurethane.
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