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candy cane table

comments (0) October 13th, 2012 in Project Gallery
Jerrycostanzo Jerrycostanzo, member

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Contemporary rendition of a victorian age end table- delicate but strong. Main top and shelf end grain cypress, all top trim wenge,sapele,maple and bird's eye maple end grain also.( if saw cut across table top 1/4 deep, could be sanded and top remains same.) Each leg consists of 32 pcs. 1/32" veneer bent and worked to 1" diameter "candy cane" consists of cypress,sapele, wenge, and maple. Instead of the traditional finial I recapped it with an hour glass of wenge and maple. 28"wx22"dx28"h.

Design or Plan used: My own design - Jerry Costanzo
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