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Building a Peruvian walnut side table



I built this round side table for a client up in CO. It was the first piece of furniture that I've built out of Peruvian walnut and I have to say that I really liked the way it worked. Nice stuff. I wrote an article in my Furniture Blog about the steps involved in building it if you are interested in checking it out.

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Looks nice. I'm not familiar with Peruvian Walnut. How about a shot of the top to show off the grain.

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Looks nice. I'm not familiar with Brazilian Walnut. How about a shot of the top to show off the grain.

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Just FYI, Brazilian walnut, is not the same as Peruvian walnut so I'm not clear why you switched from the OPs post about Peruvian walnut to a question about Brazilian walnut. And by the way, I am talking about the one species of walnut that is called Brazilian walnut (there are several non-Juglans species that are also called Brazilian walnut)

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Mental mistake. I meant to say Peruvian.
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Very nice table and article.
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