This side table is inspired by a nineteenth century table attributed to Moses Tennant. The antique cherry wood scrimshaw table has tapered turned legs typical of the Sheraton period (1785-1820). Like the original, our table is made of cherry wood. It has tapered turned legs which are connected to the aprons with mortise and tenon joinery. The top features a compass rose inlay made out of contrasting hardwoods. In keeping with the original table, the top is wrapped with a quarter inch beaded molding. To add storage, I have included a hand-cut dovetailed drawer with an optional turned ivory pull.
Monday - Friday
July 30th - August 3rd
8:30 a.m.- 4:30 p.m.
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Chart a course to our workshop and make this side table with a compass rose inlay. In this class you will...