Floating Hall Table, Cherry

Designed by Timothy Rousseau, Center for Furniture Craftsmanship in Rockport, Maine, this hall table has curves everywhere. Under rails lift the table top above the aprons, giving the appearance that the top is floating. The under rails are pined to the aprons with twin through tenons. Each leg is tapered and curved as well as being splayed back by 2 degrees. A housed through tenon is used for connecting the lower rails to the shelf. The table top started as an 8/4 slab that was ripped into two pieces, resawn, and edge glued back together. Table top ends are slightly arced. Two light coats of sander sealer were applied before finishing the piece with several coats of wipe on polyurethane.

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