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These pictures are of a table I made this summer while attending a 6 day Advanced Joinery class at the Lohr School of Woodworking near Pottstown, PA.
The class was outstanding. There were 8 students and 3 instructors and they did a great job. Highly recommend it!
The table is made of walnut and cherry. The finish is boiled linseed oil then 6 coats of Waterlox original and polished with Rottenstone.
The table has some of the features of the style of Green and Green, a pair of architects from California in the early 1900’s. For more information I recommend you Google them and specifically the Gamble House in Pasadena. You will not be disappointed!
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