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Wow what a great table!




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That's pretty flippin awesome Bill, love it. As far as mounting the legs to the table, what was it? Peg and hole? I love furniture that speaks the wood loudly, the craftsmanship is wonderful Bill, the wood really makes us woodworkers look doesn't it Bill?


Now the top is finished how? Thanks Bill!




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Thanks for the interest.


Because the top is uneven and thick in spots I could use Hole & Peg for the legs. Being all natural look worked with the natural edge legs of Argentine Mesquite. The finish is just tung oil and bees wax just like my rockers. I gave my daughter a template of the top so she could have a glass top made to help alleviate stains or scratches etc.


This wood is left over from my rocker projects and needed a home.

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Wow, Bill that is an awesome piece of burl! I love all of the figure in the wood and the way it just pops out.


I love the legs.




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Wonderful Bill, absolutely cool. Here is a good tip also on loading images to our discussions, you are currently loading them as files, if you click on the photo icon at the top of the text editor bar to the right of "LINK" you'll be able to get those images right in your discussions. I helped ya with your other images.


Here is the easy tutorial


http://thepatriotwoodworker.com/forum/topics/uploading-photos-to-a




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