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Thread: Cherry Taboret

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    Cherry Taboret

    Must be the season for small tables.
    Well here's my latest project.
    Cherry Taboret
    Finish is BLO and Several coats of wipe on poly. Then Satin wax applied with 000 steel wool. Not as satin as I like but it sure is Smooth.
    table 3.jpgtable 1.jpg

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    Oooh, that looks nice. Good job!
    And there was trouble, taking place...

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    Beautiful cherry and nice finish!
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    well done Mike - I like the thicker top, and the finish is great.
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    Very nice! I love working with cherry.
    How did you attach the top to the legs. I'm thinking about potential wood expansion of the top

    Tim

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    Beautiful! And I love the finish!
    "All that is necessary for the triumph of evil is that good men do nothing."
    - Sir Edmund Burke

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    Thank you for the comments . It was a fun project with the different types of joinery .
    Top is attached with the figure 8 clips on all four supports which will allow for some movement I think
    IMG_1843.jpg

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    Nice job. I did the same Taboret (Stickley #603) last year about this time. Mine is QSWO.

    I really love the Cherry, and especially that finish.
    Sharp solves all manner of problems.

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    Beautiful table, Mike. The finish is stunning.

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