|Project by Jeffrey Alexander||posted 09-12-2012 08:16 PM||1500 views||2 times favorited||7 comments|
2 of 3 walnut lamp tables from 100% Walnut felled by a tornado 18 years ago and stored in my employers barn on their horsefarm.
Thru tenon/ mortise top and bottom construction, with 7/8 breadboard tops which sit on shoulders and are removable (the top on the right one is not centered properly in this pic… Transfast dye used—DarK Mission “with a little red Rit (10% to be exact)” to match the color of my Grandmother’s antique Victorian marble-topped walnut table, 4 coats of spray lacquer, and finished with 3 layers of Minwax Finishing wax. My own design, I needed a table height to equal the height of my Mission furniture arms to eliminate the need to “reach over” to grab something off the tables. Plans are to build Limbert style lamps using red cedar with stained glass shades to match for a more “rustic lodge” look in this den…
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