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This was a weekend project! Wow great job. I love the spalted maple.
 

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That is a beautiful table. The top is special, but the support shows a lot of skill. I could do that in a weekend. That's 5-12 on Friday evening, 12 hours on Saturday and maybe another 12 on Sunday!! Yeah, 30 some hours ought to do it. You must not have wife who steals your valuable time. Thanks for letting us see it.
 

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Absolutely gorgeous! Thanks for sharing it with us.
 

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Amazing woods! I love everything about it!
 

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That is one nice table! And I agree, that must have been one long weekend!

I'd love to be able to find slabs of spalted maple like that around here in Florida without paying an arm and leg for shipping.
 

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That's an impressive slab of spalted maple! The antique chestnut really pulls it off. very skillful build, extremely nice piece.
 

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Very beautiful pieces of lumber and design. They go togeather very nicely. Later John
 

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I can't believe you made that in a weekend. Excellent work. The spalted maple top is amazing.
 

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Thanks, everybody. By the way, with "weekend project" I was referring to the fact that I worked on it on weekends… not just one. The good thing about those projects is that it doesn't matter how long it takes to finish them ;)
 

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Sturdy work, love the maple!
 

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I'm having trouble seeing how this goes together/comes apart, the way the tenon wedges on the long stretcher are blocked by the legs. Maybe it doesn't come apart?
 

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JJohnston, with the wedges removed from the table legs the table should come apart.

Leroy, the "stone" is actually maple, but I chose it because it looks so much like granite.
 

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Schöne Tisch, hervorragende Verarbeitung!

Thanks for sharing.
 

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gorgeous table, i love that maple, and your design…what a great gift to your son..
 

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Outstanding choices, and archetecture.
 
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