Pembroke Table

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Project by TobiasZA posted 09-08-2014 08:20 AM 1378 views 0 times favorited 7 comments Add to Favorites Watch

I built this a little while back. It is made from black Walnut, Aformosia and Maple. I used the entire project as an exercise in hand tool work. other than turning the legs on the lathe , the entire table was made with hand tools. It was also a first for me in hand made wooden hinges for the drop down wing supports.

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#1 posted 09-08-2014 04:23 PM

Very nice. I like your work.

-- "Everybody makes mistakes. A craftsman always fixes them." (Monty Kennedy, "The Checkering and Carving of Gunstocks", 1952)

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#2 posted 09-08-2014 04:46 PM

Beautiful workmanship, a very challenging project to do with hand tools. Well done!

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#3 posted 09-08-2014 05:16 PM

Beautiful table, great craftsmanship.

-- "I am a firm believer in the people. If given the truth, they can be depended upon to meet any national crisis. The point is to bring them the real facts." - Abraham Lincoln

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#4 posted 09-08-2014 06:52 PM

pembroke is not my style, but golly it is a fine table. Good job!

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#5 posted 09-08-2014 08:07 PM

Thanks very much for all the comments. I really appreciate it.


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#6 posted 09-08-2014 08:40 PM

Beautiful table,I love traditional furniture.Much respect to you for doing such a good job with just hand tools

-- A poor workman blames his tools. Mr.B, Ontario Canada -

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#7 posted 09-09-2014 06:46 AM

Thank you Lalloos.

Over the years I have been moving more and more towards hand tool woodwopking. I even sold my table saw last month, because I was simply not using it enough to justify its footprint in my shop. My band saw does most of the grunt work now.


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