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Finished my reversed live edge dining table with glass inlay. (the live edge is on the inside, while I curved the outside with my jigsaw and belt sander) It was a ton of work over the past year to take it from 16' long slab of maple (as pictured) down to manageable sizes.

I slowly levelled it with a router sled jig and let it acclimatize to our house over the year. I wanted to make sure it didn't move too much after I finished it. It is finished with a wipe on Odie's oil. I filled all the cracks and large voids with black tinted epoxy for a sharp contrast. I had the 1/2" glass custom cut to my template to finish off the table.

All-in-all I'm really please with the end result. Now I can't wait for my kids to add some "character" to it like they do with everything nice that we own. (sigh)

Cheers

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beautiful table vandy love how you did that reverse live edge,works real well with the base.did you make that also?.as far as the kids adding character i wouldn't worry about it being rustic it'll look fine.great job.
 

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Gorgeous work.
 

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Now that is one beautiful table!
 

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Beautiful Table congratulations.
 

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beautiful table but I'm most impressed with the arc on the table and the matching curved bench - how cool is that
 

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Very nicely made and I like the double curved design.
 

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Nice job and congratulations on your 'Daily Top 3' award.
 
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