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Hey guys, thought I'd share this table set that I finished recently.

It's a maple frame and legs with a Honduran mahogany top. I beveled the top's edges at 22-degrees, then clipped the tip off.

The legs are tapered on two sides, with a beveled top done on a band saw and belt sander.

It's all joined using mortise/tenon joints (except the top, which is held onto the frame with screws).

I finished it with Pratt & Lambert Varmor, gloss, polyurethane (still have some left since it was outlawed by the EPA). I rubbed out the finish by hand and polished it up nicely.

More info can be had at my blog: Warrior Woodwork: Art Deco Floating Coffee Table and End Table Set
 

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What a cool idea and very good execution! I absolutely love these! Only complaint is that the photos could be better to show off the features and design :p
 

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...Only complaint is that the photos could be better to show off the features and design
Plus one.

How did you float the tops?

Amazing levitation skills?

Isolated gravitational vortex?

;)
 

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Laughing!

Thanks.

Nice job!
 
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