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checj out these table legs

look at this. if u look on etsy.com it can really give u some ideas of ur lookin.

http://www.etsy.com/listing/80969327...facet=handmade
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post #2 of 11 Old 09-30-2011, 02:25 PM
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That was way high priced

Why was that so expensive?
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because that is a very expensive piece of exotic wood.

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Bauhaus here we come - I kind of like it.
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The description is kind of deceptive it says a single slab which to me says the table width is one board. It is clearly glued up.

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The description is kind of deceptive it says a single slab which to me says the table width is one board. It is clearly glued up.
I saw that too. It looks like four sections. Maybe they meant it came from the same cut of the trunk. IOW, their word "slab" might have meant one cut of log.








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The description is kind of deceptive it says a single slab which to me says the table width is one board. It is clearly glued up.
Yeah, "solid wood Acacia slab" might have been a better description.
I hope he gets the 3 grand! Even if it's glued up

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The should say it was made from one board. I do that all the time to try to get a consistent color in the project, especially in clear coated items ie:no stain. When you say a slab, it means just that, one pc, not lamintated/glued up.

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I like the other work on their site more than that - inspiring.

The first one here is neato:
http://www.flowbkk.com/index.php?id=15
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Flow website

What a great site, At least for ideas, they have some great work!
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Agree, looks like four boards glued up. Nice though.
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