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Curly Maple Hall Table

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Project by Christopher Corveleyn posted 665 days ago 1021 views 0 times favorited 13 comments Add to Favorites Watch

I made this to hold the paperback books. the top overhangs enough to allow it to be against the wall. Curly maple is nice to work with and stained it with Behlen – Aniline dye (orange) and four coats of shellac and sanding between each coat. The legs were turned from mahogany and tapered to a small ball end.

-- Chris from New Jersey





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ohwoodeye

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#1 posted 665 days ago

Very nice design. Looks to fit perfectly in that specific corner. Finish looks flawless as well. Nice job.

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#2 posted 665 days ago

I like the thin legs. Very elegant.

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#3 posted 665 days ago

Simple, elegant…in a word: Beautiful!

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#4 posted 665 days ago

Very nice design! Thanks for sharing.

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#5 posted 665 days ago

very nice table the delicate legs really set it apart from the average hall table.

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#6 posted 665 days ago

Very cool… the legs are so thin, are they as fragile as they look?

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Ralph

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#7 posted 665 days ago

Very nice design. The legs are just perfectly proportioned to make the whole table look like the table is about to float away.
Thanks.

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#8 posted 664 days ago

Christopher, I need to learn from your elegant style. My biggest challenge is to avoid overbuilding. I need you to oversee my projects until I can build with more restraint regarding wood thickness.

-- Paul, Clinton, NC

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#9 posted 664 days ago

Quality work and a perfect fit for the space it occupies. Well done

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Monkman

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#10 posted 664 days ago

Awesome job! I definately can see all your hard work shine through.

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MitchMan

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#11 posted 664 days ago

Tall thin legs are always attractive. (-:

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#12 posted 664 days ago

Stunning table….. Love the finish and of course the long legs…...

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Rick

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#13 posted 663 days ago

Very Nice work! Thanks For Posting!

Rick

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