This elegant hall table features graceful curves and exposed joinery with a distinctly Eastern flair. The top floats nearly an inch above the front and back aprons, adding a sense of lightness to the table. In contrast to the light appearance, the top is supported by a rock-solid base joined to the under-rails with double through-tenons. To increase the sense of airiness, the shoulders of the under-rails are cut away in deep curves, and the bottom edges are also curved. The 6-in. overhang at the ends adds to the illusion.
13 in. wide by 48 in. long by 31-7/8 in. tall
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Author Timothy Rousseau Publication Year 2012 Download File No Download Title No Other Formats 65140 ISBN 978-1-62113-759-7 Cover No Format Project Plan (Print)
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