A fold up side table or plant stand thing losely copied from an antique I saw somewhere. All reclaimed lumber. The top is glued up from some oak scraps, I made good use of the gap bed feature on my old Delta Rockwell 16-111 lathe. The legs are mystery wood form a crate or something. The stretchers are mortised into the legs. I didn't think much about grain orientation when designing it and learned chopping a mortise carefully laid out to match the width of your chisel, doesn't work so well when it's oriented the wrong way across the grain. I tapered the legs in one direction. If I were to make another one I think I would omit that step or also taper the outside face of the legs and not just the two sides of each leg. As is, I looks like it can't decide between being a bold, stout, square legged Craftsman kind of table or a more elegant tapered leg table. I wiped on a bit of boiled linseed oil, and also rubbed some beeswax into tabletop while on the lathe. Finishing isn't my favorite part of woodworking so I tend to go with what is easy and quick and hard to mess up.