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Workbench Magazine January-February 1968 Danish Inspired End Table 1.0.0

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Simplicity of design and ease of building are the charms of this little table. Four legs, four stretchers and a top, and you have a table. Although a bandsaw was used to cut out the original, a jig or even coping saw could be used. The graceful modern design will go well with almost any style furniture, but the table was designed to complement the Danish Chair and Rocker Set from plans in the Nov-Dec., 1965 issue.
Source:Workbench Magazine Jan-Feb 1968


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