TABLES


Shaker Table

by  Jeff Dieker

PROJECT:  Shaker Table made during the CWA table workshop in 2010.
MATERIAL: Solid Walnut
FINISH:   Base coat of Tung oil; 4 Coats of Minwax Polyurethane (Clear gloss) sanding between each coat; final coat of General Finishes Gel Topcoat wipe on Urethane (satin)
YEAR:   2010

Side Table

by  Bob Meunier

PROJECT: To build a Side Table for my daughter, on her move to Alabama, using mahogany strips salvaged from a vacated office space.
MATERIAL: Mahogany
FINISH:Gloss then satin polyurethane with final coat of automotive wax.
Size: Approximately 42" x 16" x 30" high
YEAR: August 2013

End Table

by  Bob Meunier

PROJECT:  End table to match a family cedar chest recently restored
MATERIAL: Red Cedar top, Brazilian Cherry legs, Bamboo pegs
FINISH:   Satin Polyurethane
YEAR:   2011

End Table

by  Bob Meunier

PROJECT:  End table made for my daughter who's in college
MATERIAL: Walnut top, Ambrosia Maple base with mortise and tenon joints. Based on a design in Fine Woodworking magazine
FINISH:   Spar Urethane with final wax in multiple coats
YEAR:   2010

Dining Side Table

by  Michael Rosenberg

PROJECT:  Dining room side Table
MATERIAL:  Solid Cherry wood
FINISH:   Varnish Oil
YEAR:   2002

Table

by  Dave MacDonald

PROJECT:  Table is made for a Cornelius client
MATERIAL: Solid Honduran Mahogany
FINISH: Aniline dye and polyurethane finish
there are 21 mortice and tenon joints done with the Legacy Mill
YEAR: 2001

Tables (2)

by  Fred Miller

Project: Miscellaneous tables  (2)
Material: Red oak, some quartersawn
Finish: Danish oil/varnish/wax
Year: Winter 2000

Breakfast Table

by   John McAlister

PROJECT: Breakfast Table
PURPOSE: The McAlisters needed an end table for their new home at The Cypress. John has a book about the work of Thomas Elfe, an 18th century cabinet maker from Charleston that provided the details for the "Breakfast Table" shown below. The original table is on display in the Hayward-Washington House in Charleston, NC.
MATERIAL: Walnut.
SIZE: 28"h x 24