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  1. Coffee Table

    Coffee Table

    Lifttop coffee table in Walnut and Maple
  2. Live edge coffee table

    Live edge coffee table

    Figures live edge maple slab on cherry base. Donated to FCA to help raise money at a silent auction.
  3. live edge coffee table close up

    live edge coffee table close up

    After 5 layers of tung oil. Donation project to local school for silent auction.
  4. Coffee Table

    Coffee Table

    Coffee table with Quilted Maple and Cherry veneers and bent lam Cherry legs.
  5. Coffee Table

    Coffee Table

    Coffee table with Quilted Maple and Cherry veneers and bent lam Cherry legs.
  6. Pallet & Cedar wood coffee table.

    Pallet & Cedar wood coffee table.

    This was my very first furniture project. I was using only wood I was given (Cedar) or pulled from old pallets. Table is 18" high, and is 40 x 40" wide/long
  7. IMAG0376

    IMAG0376

    I took the top off and flipped it over, the lighter "tracks" are where the undersupports used to be.
  8. Coffee Table in Padauk and Cherry

    Coffee Table in Padauk and Cherry

    Eight gracefully curved cherry legs support the french-polished padauk and glass top. Assembled with cross-laps, sliding dovetails and pegged bridle joints, this table stands with no metal fasteners or glue. Designed by Dale Raymond.
  9. Brent

    Brent

  10. side table 2

    side table 2

    first real effort at furniture for my home
  11. side table

    side table

    first real effort at furniture for my home
  12. Finished product in Living Room

    Finished product in Living Room

    first real effort at furniture for my home
  13. coffee table

    coffee table

    i used dominos to put it all together (except for the interior supports that run lenghtwise-pocket screws for them) and then dominoes without glue to screw down the top to allow for movement. recommended on the website so we'll see how it works.
  14. coffee table without tops

    coffee table without tops

    i used dominos to put it all together (except for the interior supports that run lenghtwise-pocket screws for them) and then dominoes without glue to screw down the top to allow for movement. recommended on the website so we'll see how it works.
  15. Table_0025

    Table_0025

    Wormy Chestnut coffee table
  16. slab

    slab

  17. Walnut Slab Coffee Table

    Walnut Slab Coffee Table

  18. Walnut Slab Coffee Table

    Walnut Slab Coffee Table

  19. QSS & Walnut coffee and end tables

    QSS & Walnut coffee and end tables

    QSS & Walnut coffee table and end tables designed and built by John Skipper. The different types of joinery include tongue and groove, through tenons - double and singles, notches and square pegs. The tops of the tables and the legs are curved. Through tenons attach the legs to the...
  20. Close_up_one_end_of_coffee_table_by stoneskipper

    Close_up_one_end_of_coffee_table_by stoneskipper

    QSS & Walnut coffee table John Skipper (stoneskipper). The different types of joinery include tongue and groove, through tenons - double and singles, notches and square pegs. The tops of the tables and the legs are curved. Through tenons attach the legs to the tops - double tenons on...

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