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Thread: Rosewood dining table

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    Rosewood dining table

    Last edited by Lee Schierer; 01-01-2020 at 9:47 AM. Reason: rotated photos
    Steve Jenkins, McKinney, TX. 469 742-9694
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    Beautiful, looks like you made it in wedges.

    We have a 5' round glass table that my wife now wants a solid wood top on.

    I showed her you table and she said "Wonderful, now get out to the garage and get started".

    Would loved to have seen that in person, we used to live just down the road in Lewisville, TX.

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    That’s very nice...

    Love the addition of the center piece..

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    That is exceptional! Very nice.
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    Beautiful work!
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    Do you have any progress pictures? Everything about this leaves so much to aspire to. Thanks.

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    Dazzling Steve! This is where the craft blends with art. Any construction details would be welcome - especially the top.

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    Gobsmacking good.

    John

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    Wow, that's beautiful. Congratulations!

    How did you put in the black stringing? Did you use a router on a jig to cut the slot? If so, how did you fasten the center point without making a hole in the veneer?

    Mike
    Last edited by Mike Henderson; 12-31-2019 at 2:07 PM.
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    Stunning! I'm trying to figure out the unique pedestal, does that have three "points" for lack of a better descriptive word?

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    Great work. Never seen a better one or one anywhere near that size. Time to replace the corporate "boat tables" with
    the King Arthur style.

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    Steve, to say that table is stunning would be a gross understatement! What an incredibly beautiful table! Extremely well done sir!
    Last edited by Ken Fitzgerald; 01-01-2020 at 1:01 PM.
    Ken

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    What a beautiful piece of work. It is things like this that inspire me to get better at woodworking. Well done!

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    Yowza!
    Simply stunning!
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